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Newtown’s skilful backrower Kurt Capewell is confronted by the Penrith Panthers defence last Saturday, with Jets team-mate and frontrower Harrison Muller in support. Photo:
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Newtown’s skilful backrower Kurt Capewell is confronted by the Penrith Panthers defence last Saturday, with Jets team-mate and frontrower Harrison Muller in support. Photo: Gary Sutherland Photography.

See the Jets take on the Illawarra Cutters under the lights at Henson Park on Friday, 1st July at 7.00pm

The Jets return to Henson Park for a night-time competition match for the first time in ten years, and they face up to another ISP NSW team that has been in good recent form.

NSWRL Intrust Super Premiership NSW  – Postponed 13th Round Match

Friday, 1st July 2016

Henson Park

Newtown v Illawarra Cutters

Kick-Off: 7.00pm.

The Illawarra Cutters have won their last four games and are now in third place on the ISP NSW competition table. The Newtown Jets are in fourth place and need to put last Saturday’s train-wreck against Penrith well behind them.

Newtown’s team for Friday night is:

Mitch Brown (Capt), Travis Robinson, Jordan Drew, Matt Evans, Corin Smith, Jaline Graham, Fa’amanu Brown, Harrison Muller, Matt McIlwrick, Jesse Sene-Lefao, Malakai Houma, Anthony Moraitis, Kurt Kara.

Bench: Jason Schirnack, Brent Anderson, Leon Tupuola, Saulala Houma, Tarek Elmasri.

Coach: Greg Matterson.

The Illawarra Cutters named this team:

Adam Quinlan, Levi Dodd, Taane Milne, Kurt Mann, Kiti Glymin, Drew Hutchinson, Josh McCrone, Shannon Wakeman, Siliva Havili, Hame SEle, Tyrone McCarthy, Chris Lewis, Damian Sironen.

Bench: Blake Wallace, Jacob Hind, Eric Newbigging, Sam Coster.

Coach: Jason Demetriou.

Jordan Drew returns from injury for Newtown and Matt McIlwrick has been ruled fit after being injured in last week’s Jets-Panthers match. Fa’amanu Brown returns from NRL duties with the Cronulla Sharks. Leon Tupuola from the Cronulla Sharks Holden Cup squad makes his senior Rugby League debut with the Jets. Leon was previously with the Canberra Raiders and Griffith Waratahs in Group 20. Henson Park favourite Saulala Houma made his return with Newtown last week and along with his brother Malakai Houma, the two siblings present a truly formidable duo. Kurt Capewell and Josh Cleeland were both injured last Saturday, but we are assured by the Cronulla Sharks medical staff that both of these multi-talented former Ipswich Jets players will only miss one game. Kenny Niko was also injured last Saturday and is unavailable this week. Jacob Gagan and Junior Roqica remain on the injured list.

Jets supporters with long memories will recall the Illawarra Cutters well-credentialed team coach Jason Demetriou playing with Newtown in the late 1990’s.

The Jets-Cutters match this Friday night is being broadcast live on Steele Sports, www.steelesports.com.au from 7.00pm onwards.

You can also check the Newtown Jets Twitter site (www.twitter.com/newtownrlfc) and the Jets Facebook site (www.facebook.com/newtownrlfc) for score updates on Friday’s game.

Here is the ISP NSW competition table after the completion of 16 rounds:  http://www.nswrl.com.au/intrust-super-premiership-nsw/ladder1.html

And here are the highlights from the 16th round of the ISP NSW:  http://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2016/06/28/highlights_intrust_s.html

How the Cooks River Valley Times covered last Saturday’s game (on page 15, Wednesday, 29th June):  http://bit.ly/2955l3y

Gary Sutherland’s excellent photos from last Saturday at St Marys Stadium:  http://www.pbase.com/gsphotography/newtown_vs_penrith_250616&page=all

There is a quality article on the Newtown RLFC on page 14 of the July issue of The Monthly Magazine, written by the Walkley-nominated writer and journalist Alex McKinnon. In your newsagents now.

Make sure you subscribe to our new YouTube Channel for all the latest Newtown Jets video updates and interviews. The Newtown Jets Channel is the YouTube home of Australia’s oldest Rugby League club: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCavSFxlrLGYm_hsnw-mtLPQ  Currently on the Newtown Jets Channel are the Rugby League’s Next Gen series of interviews with Jets players Mitch Brown, Travis Robinson and Matt McIlwrick.

 Be sure also to take a look at Rugby League Next Gen’s YouTube interviews with Kurt Capewell, Josh Cleeland and Jordan Drew:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QTlhlh0JuOI

Winter is well and truly here and there are sensational new lines in Newtown Jets merchandise. When you’re next at Henson Park you can select and buy your new clothing and merchandise directly from Olga and her highly-competent sales staff. If you can’t get to a home game, you can of course buy Newtown Jets clothing and merchandise online by going to:  www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au

Congratulations to the legendary Mad Butcher, Sir Peter Leitch, on being made a Life Member of the New Zealand Rugby Football League. Peter is a great friend of the Newtown RLFC and he always extends hospitality to Newtown Jets team officials when they visit Mt Smart Stadium for New Zealand Warriors-Newtown Jets games.

Here’s another Newtown Jets quiz question:

There are at least nine members of the 2016 Newtown Jets ISP NSW squad (including both Newtown Jets-contracted and Cronulla Sharks-contracted players) who were born in New Zealand and who began their Rugby League careers in Aotearoa. If you can name any four of these players and you are the first person to reply correctly on jets@newtownjets.com, you will win an item of quality Newtown Jets merchandise.

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