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Newtown Jets winger Sione Katoa is pictured in full flight against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground last Saturday. Photo: Mario Facchini, MAF Photography
Newtown Jets winger Sione Katoa is pictured in full flight against the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground last Saturday. Photo: Mario Facchini, MAF Photography

The Jets are ready for what is always a tough assignment across the Tasman

The Newtown Jets travel to Auckland this weekend for their annual away match to the New Zealand Warriors. The Jets won a thriller against the Canterbury Bulldogs last Saturday in a match that was covered live by Channel 9. The Warriors had a strong 37-24 win against St George-Illawarra and will be looking to make the most of their home city advantage. The Warriors and the Jets are both on eight competition points and they have both won four games and lost three. They are only separated by their respective points for and against tallies.

This match is to be played at a venue rarely used for rugby league – QBE Stadium (formerly known as North Harbour Stadium), located in Albany on the northern side of Auckland:

https://www.aucklandstadiums.co.nz/our-venues/qbe-stadium

NSWRL Intrust Super Premiership NSW – 8th Round

Saturday, 28th April 2018

New Zealand Warriors (7th place, 8 points) v Newtown (3rd place, 8 points)

QBE Stadium, Albany

Kick-Off: 1.00pm (NZT), 11.00am (AEST)

Newtown’s team (as at Thursday, 26th April):

Will Kennedy, Sosaia Feki, Aaron Gray, Reubenn Rennie, Sione Katoa, Jack A. Williams, Kyle Flanagan, Daniel Vasquez, Blayke Brailey, Wesley Lolo, Briton Nikora, Anthony Moraitis, Billy Magoulias.

Interchange: Jaimin Jolliffe, Matt Evans, Ryan King, Malakai Houma, Benjamin Marschke.

Coach: Greg Matterson.

New Zealand Warriors:

Hayze Perham, Zac Santo, Charnze Nicoll-Klokstad, Cole Waaka, Lewis Soosemea, Chanel Harris-Tavita, Sam Cook, Ligi Sao, Karl Lawton, Chris Satae, Matiu Love-Henry, King Vuniyayawa, James Bell (Capt).

Interchange: Manaia Cherrington, Sione Afemui, Patrick Sipley, James Gavet, Johnny Tuivasa-Sheck.

Coach: John Teina.

Referee: Drew Oultram

Touch Judges: James Vella and Rochelle Tamarua.

Sosaia Feki makes his debut for Newtown after coming back from injury. He was a member of the Cronulla Sharks 2016 NRL premiership winning team and was the Sharks leading try-scorer in 2017:

https://www.sharks.com.au/teams/telstra-premiership/cronulla-sutherland-sharks/sosaia-feki/

Malakai Houma makes a popular return to the Newtown Jets ISP NSW squad after suffering a serious leg injury early in the 2017 season. Welcome back Malakai!

Ben Marschke has won selection in the Jets ISP NSW squad this weekend. He has previously played with the Sydney Roosters NYC team.

On Saturday 5th May at 1.00pm, the Wide World of Sports team will descend on Henson Park to broadcast our Intrust Super Premiership NSW match v North Sydney Bears.

It is the first free to air TV game at Henson Park since 1987 and the first featuring the Newtown Jets since 1982.

Make sure that you, your family and friends all get to Henson Park on Saturday, 5th May to be part of this historic event:

Be sure to check out this first class video promo: https://www.facebook.com/newtownrlfc/videos/1051572528333669/

Please take note that this Jets-Bears match on Saturday, 5th May will commence at 1.00pm.

There was no winning entry to the last Newtown Jets quiz, although several people went close.

The questions were – name Newtown’s biggest ever win in a rugby league competition game in any grade since 1908, what competition the win was achieved in, and who was the opposing team?

The answers were: Newtown defeated St Marys 78-12 in the 13th round of the 1996 NSWRL Metropolitan Cup first grade competition. The match was played at the Kingsway Oval, St Marys. The Jets scored 14 tries and kicked 11 goals.

The Glebe-Burwood Ron Massey Cup team plays St Marys in that competition’s 4th round at Goddard Park, Concord on Saturday, 28th April at 2.00pm.

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Champion Newtown rugby league centre Dick Poole in action for the Bluebags against South Sydney. Photo: Newtown RLFC

Bluebags legend turns 90 this week

Newtown Jets front-rower Mose Masoe pictured in full cry against Wentworthville back in 2010. Photo: Mike Biboudis Photography

The inspirational Mose Masoe is all set to deliver the Super League Grand Final football

Great moments from 2019 … Newtown Jets team captain Jack A. Williams addresses the crowd at Bankwest Stadium after Newtown’s 20-15 win against Wentworthville in the 2019 Canterbury Cup NSW grand final. Photo: Mario Facchini, mafphotography

Newtown Jets back in training for the 2021 season

Tommy Raudonikis, pictured here scoring in the 1981 Grand Final, had the honour of captaining his state in the first-ever Origin game.

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Jack A. Williams holds the Canterbury Cup NSW premiership trophy aloft in a moment of supreme triumph for the entire Newtown RLFC. Photo: Mike Magee Photography

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