The Dirty Reds are on the hunt for their first silverware in 93 years …
The Glebe Dirty Reds take on Wentworthville at Henson Park on Sunday, 2nd August in the final of the 2020 NSWRL Challenge Cup.
This match, which kicks off at 2.00pm, is also the third round of the innovative NSWRL President’s Cup competition.
There are several faces familiar to Newtown Jets supporters (over several seasons) in the Dirty Reds ranks on Sunday, including Latrell Robinson, Addison Demetriou, John Olive, Wes Lolo, Jackson Garlick, Thomas Hazelton, Matt Stimson, Patrice Siolo, Malakai Houma and Kem Seru.
Sunday’s match details are:
NSWRL President’s Cup – Third Round
Sunday, 2nd August 2020
Glebe Dirty Reds v Wentworthville
This game is also the Final of the 2020 NSWRL Challenge Cup.
Gates open: 10.30am
Kids under 16 free
Please maintain 1.5m social distancing at all times.
NSWRL Sydney Shield – Third Round
Sunday, 2nd August 2020
Sydney University v Wentworthville
Newtown Jets alumni on display as the Cronulla Sharks come from behind to beat the Brisbane Broncos …
There were plenty of players with extensive Newtown Jets pedigree on show as the Sharks ran down the Broncos 36-26 at Suncorp Stadium on Friday night (31st July).
Centre Jackson Ferris and halfback Braydon Trindall were making their NRL debuts.
The entire cohort of Sharks players in the Cronulla squad last night who had Newtown Jets playing experience were:
Will Kennedy, Sione Katoa, Siosifa Talakai, Jackson Ferris, Ronaldo Mulitalo, Braydon Trindall, Braden Hamlin-Uele, Blayke Brailey, Briton Nikora, Jack Williams, Toby Rudolf, Teig Wilton, Royce Hunt and Billy Magoulias.
The Newtown RLFC has contributed strongly to the NRL playing ranks since moving up into the second-tier level of rugby league back in 2000.
Last night’s contribution to the Cronulla Sharks team sets a new benchmark of excellence and achievement for this remarkable old foundation club.
Be proud to be seen in the royal blue colours of Newtown Jets clothing and merchandise items …
Get on board for the 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):
And this week’s Members Badge Draw winner (drawn on Thursday, 30th July) was Robert Slinger.
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.
Please keep spreading the word and encouraging people to join the Keep the Jets Flying Campaign.
For an outlay of $100.00, you will be given access to Jets memorabilia that will last you a lifetime.
It will enable you to relive time and again what was one of the greatest year’s in this club’s history – the truly remarkable 2019 season.
You can relive the majestic glories of last season when you JOIN HERE .
Here’s some news about a great Newtown RLFC membership promotion – plus the Newtown Jets are going to the 2022 World Cup … and how!
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.