TEAM LIST: ROUND 6 (THANK YOU TOMMY GAME)
Newtown coach Greg Matterson has this afternoon named his side for Saturday’s clash with Newcastle.
The Jets return to Henson Park for the first time since August 2019 and our homecoming takes on extra significance as we farewell former captain and rugby league legend Tommy Raudonikis who passed away last week.
We’ll be having a minute’s applause for the great man, as well as condolence book for fans to sign.
Three games are set to be played also with Glebe taking on Wentworthville in both the Harvey Norman NSW Women’s premiership and the Ron Massey Cup. The women’s game kicks-off at 10:30am, followed by the Ron Massey at 12:30pm and the main game at 3:00pm.
We are expecting a big crowd to this game, so please pre-book tickets turn up AT LEAST 30 MINUTES before the kick-off of the main game. For all the details about purchasing tickets and our newly installed COVID-19 protocols, please carefully read this article.
As always, our team list is proudly brought to you by the Vic on the Park Hotel.
Newtown Team – Round 6
1 Luke Metcalf (Kris Gale)
2 Edward Aiono (Golden Barley Hotel)
3 Johnathan Tufuga (Charles Bailey Urbane Property Inner West)
4 Dylan O’Connor (John Cahill & Jennifer Malone)
5 Jonaiah Lualua (Golden Barley Hotel)
6 Jack A Williams (Adam Whyte & Brasco)
7 Tyla Tamou (The Daaboul Family)
8 Brock Gray (Mark Dewar)
9 Kyle Paterson (Glen Archibald)
10 Daniel Vasquez (Dave Nelson & Steven Helmich)
11 D’Rhys Miller (Manoosh Pizzeria)
12 Bronson Garlick (Nifty Foods)
13 Gabe Hamlin (Loudon & Vaughan Private Wealth)
14 Ethan Natoli (BRI Ferrier & Label Plus)
15 Zac Woolford (Wayne Leong & Kim Fuller)
16 Thomas Hazelton (Good Fellows Sports & Socks)
20 Monty Raper (SMI – Sports Medicine Institute)
Coach: Greg Matterson (Arc Commercial Furniture)
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.