Now you can sign up your pets as Keep The Jets Flying members
Lion and Pugsley pictured above, two Henson Park regulars in recent rugby league seasons, have already joined the Keep The Jets Flying recruitment drive and are both looking forward to seeing the Jets back at Henson Park in 2021.
When you sign up your own furry friend or friends for a Keep The Jets Flying membership, we’ll run a photo of your pet in the regularly-issued Newtown Jets email newsletter.
Big or small, every dollar counts as we maintain the struggle to keep the Newtown Jets alive as a rugby league club.
And please continue to spread the word and encourage your family members, friends, work colleagues and neighbours to get on board and join our campaign.
To become a Keep The Jets Flying member, use this link: JOIN HERE.
Let Jetman from Henson Park give you some handy tips as to how you can help flatten the Coronavirus curve: https://www.facebook.com/188486921308905/videos/682747452525389
This week’s lucky badge winner is Member #224, Craig Brock: https://www.newtownjets.com/members-badge-draw-thursday-30th-april-2020/
This week’s Flashback Friday focuses on one of the most outstanding Newtown RLFC identities of the past 29 years (since our club re-entered the active rugby league ranks in 1991), the popular Darryl Neville:
https://www.newtownjets.com/flashback-friday-darryl-neville/ You can catch Darryl in action in this Saturday’s classic encounter from the 29th August 1992.
This Saturday’s Virtual Season 2020 classic encounter will be the 1992 Metropolitan Cup first grade grand final, played between Newtown and Wentworthville at Parramatta Stadium on the evening of Saturday, 29th August 1992. You can watch this match at 3.00pm, Saturday, 2nd May on Jets TV: www.newtownjets.com, and follow the contemporary match observations on: www.twitter.com/newtownrlfc
Newtown Jets CEO Stuart McCarthy features on this week’s Progressive Rugby League podcast, as he discusses in a highly intelligent and measured manner how our club plans to deal with the dreadful dilemmas of 2020: https://t.co/6rcHeenfxU
As always, there are some great buys to be had when you check out the Newtown Jets clothing and merchandise website on: www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au
The favourably-reviewed and updated Newtown RLFC history, Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC, can be purchased online by going to:
You can also buy this book by calling 9052 6980 during ordinary business hours.
Mal Graham, who played with Newtown in 1982 and 1983, will be interviewed on ABC Grandstand on Saturday, 2nd May at approximately 4.15pm in a program segment called Do You Remember. Andrew Moore interviews Mal (who had an outstanding career in NSW country rugby league competitions, with Newtown and in the English rugby league) about the final season of the Newtown RLFC in first grade football.
While we’re all confined to barracks because of the pandemic safety procedures, here are some superb rugby league history documentaries to fill in the time: –
Rugby League’s legendary Watersplash 1968 Cup Final documentary: https://vimeo.com/270687155;
Another Bloody Sunday, the travails of the Doncaster RLFC (1979): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PjaTYQAuPFk (in several parts);
The Game That Got Away (1969): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgs85qiXDNQ
Best wishes for Christmas and for 2024 from the Newtown Jets to all of our members, supporters and friends in the world of Rugby League football.
Newtown Jets respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the Land and pay our respects to their Elders past and present. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on and that the land area encompassing Henson Park traditionally belonged to the Gadigal people of the Eora nation.