Mounties vs. Newtown
Sunday 18th July, 2pm
Aubrey Keech Reserve
The Jets Might Have a bye This Weekend – but why not Make Some Clothing and Merchandise Choices?
The Jets have a bye this weekend in the NSWRL Knock-On Effect NSW Cup competition, but why not check out the great array of Newtown clothing and merchandise choices on the website:
Take a look at the Thank You Tommy t-shirts, available in blue and black. What a wonderful clothing tribute to one of the greatest rugby league warriors and team leaders to ever play for Newtown:
And what about the sensational new Navy Crew Newtown Jumper – the perfect clothing choice for a winter’s day, when you’re taking in a Jets home game at atmospheric Henson Park:
Plus a huge selection of other t-shirts, jerseys, caps and accessories available online through the Newtown Jets clothing and merchandise website:
Show your allegiance to the royal blue cause by wearing items of Jets clothing to all the upcoming Newtown RLFC home games at Henson Park.
Newtown’s next game is an away match against Penrith:
NSWRL Knock-On Effect NSW Cup – Round 9
Friday, 7th May 2021
Penrith v Newtown
BlueBet Stadium, Penrith.
The Jets’ next home game is to be against the St George-Illawarra Dragons:
NSWRL Knock-On Effect NSW Cup – Round 11
Saturday, 22nd May 2021
Newtown v St George-Illawarra
Here is a list of links to the various Newtown RLFC media sites that will enable you to access all the Jets information you need for the 2021 season:
Newtown RLFC email newsletter – send an email to:
and request to be subscribed to the regular Jets newsletter.
Newtown RLFC website: www.newtownjets.com
Newtown RLFC Facebook: www.facebook.com/newtownrlfc
Newtown RLFC Twitter: www.twitter.com/newtownrlfc
Newtown RLFC Instagram: www.instagram.com/newtownrlfc
Please be sure to send this list of links on to all your family members and friends so they can keep up with all the latest Newtown Jets news.
These two scholarly books on Newtown RLFC history are both still available:
Taking It To The Streets – The Second Life of the Newtown RLFC (written by Glen Dwyer) focuses on Newtown’s extraordinary and thrilling journey in the rugby league game from 1984 to 2018.
Recent purchases of Taking It To The Streets have been made and commendations received from none other than Warren Ryan (Newtown’s first grade coach from 1979 to 1982) and two of the most fearsome front-rowers to ever come out of the famous Principality of Wales – big Merv Hicks and ferocious Jim Mills. (Published in 2019 and on sale for $30.00.)
Through Blue Eyes – A Pictorial History of Newtown RLFC (written by Terry Williams) is the centenary history publication of the Newtown RLFC, traversing the years and the club’s joys and sorrows from 1908 to 2008. Renowned journalist and sporting author Malcolm Andrews rated Through Blue Eyes as being one of the best of all the rugby league histories that were published in 2008. (Published in 2008 and on sale for $15.00.)
The links to these two books are: