Protect yourself …. and at the same time help protect the Newtown Jets financially
WEAR A NEWTOWN JETS BRANDED FACE MASK.
As with all health decisions, please consult with your trusted medical professional to determine compatibility with your personal situation if you are seeking a face mask to wear in relation to medical issues.
We make no medical claims with regard to the usage of these masks.
These are comfortable, washable and reusable face masks with 3 layers of 150 GSM protective cotton and spandex material comprising 95% cotton and 5% spandex; two black elastic straps secure it in place around the ears.
Newtown Jets face masks are available for pre-sale through the Newtown Jets clothing website:
Please use the code “facemask” to claim free postage.
Stock will arrive in mid-August 2020.
$20.00 for one face mask;
$30.00 for two.
Watch this space …
Reliable advice has just been received that there will be a first-class article (written by Nick Campton) about the Newtown Jets and Cronulla Sharks in tomorrow’s Daily Telegraph (Friday, 7th August).
Congratulations to Mitch Aubusson on achieving 300 NRL games with the Sydney Roosters:
Mitch Aubusson made his NRL debut with the Sydney Roosters in 2007 and reaches the 300 NRL matches benchmark in tonight’s game against St George-Illawarra.
Mitch played on numerous occasions for the Newtown Jets between 2006 and 2008.
In those seasons, he became the poster boy for how well the partnership/development system between a second-tier club and a NRL club can actually work.
Mitch played with distinction for the Newtown Jets between 2006 and 2008 and has moved on to become a 14 seasons, 300 NRL games, one club man for the Sydney Roosters, claiming NRL premiership winners’ medals in 2013, 2018 and 2019.
He once said to a fellow Roosters squad member who had been named to play for Newtown in the NSW Cup: “”Don’t think of yourself as playing reserve grade – think of yourself as playing for the Newtown Jets””.
Knowledgeable Sydney Roosters insiders rate Mitch Aubusson as being one of the greatest utility players in their club’s history.
Here’s a good news story from the NSW Rugby League’s website.
Jackson Ferris, the young Palmerston North product who figured so gloriously in the final ten seconds of last year’s NRL State Championship Final at ANZ Stadium, made his NRL debut with the Cronulla Sharks at Suncorp Stadium last Friday night.
Here’s the link to the NSWRL website article about Jackson’s debut:
And this week’s Members Badge Draw winner (drawn on Thursday, 6th August 2020) is Gordon Cole, Member Number 1151.
This week’s prize is a signed copy of Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC by Glen Dwyer along with a copy of club historian Terry Williams’ Through Blue Eyes – A Pictorial History of Newtown RLFC, a Newtown Jets cap and two Jets stubby holders.
Don’t miss out on these latest additions to the top-quality Newtown Jets clothing and accessories catalogue …
Keep warm this winter with the latest addition to Newtown’s clothing range, the Jets Collegiate jumper (available in Grey Marle and Black colours, and in Small to 2XL sizes):
Help Keep the Jets Flying by purchasing your very own Newtown Jets car flag – the perfect accessory to show your support:
Grab yourself the latest Keep the Jets Flying stubbie holder to keep your beverages icy cool:
Never get locked out again! Purchase the latest Keep the Jets Flying key-ring to show your allegiance to the famous Royal Blue cause:
Step out in fine style with the latest Keep the Jets Flying t-shirt – the fashion item that no-one should be without (available in both Royal Blue and Black):
Information about 2024 Newtown RLFC memberships; Newtown Jets playing in the 2023 Pacific Championship Series; and a reminder about Newtown RLFC merchandise.
These Newtown Jets players have gained selection in various end of season representative rugby league teams
The Newtown Jets RLFC held its Annual Presentation Dinner on the evening of Friday, 29th September 2023 at the Petersham RSL Club.
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.