The Jets second trial match is to be played at Shark Park on Saturday, 23rd February
Newtown’s second Intrust Super Premiership trial match for 2019 is to be played at Shark Park, Woolooware.
The match details are: –
NSWRL ISP NSW Official Trial Match
Saturday, 23rd February 2019
Shark Park, Woolooware
Newtown v Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles
Following Newtown’s game, Cronulla-Sutherland plays Manly-Warringah in a NRL trial match at Shark Park at 7.30pm.
Of the 25 Sharks players named to take on the Sea Eagles tomorrow night, 16 played with Newtown in 2018.
Check out the list: https://www.sharks.com.au/news/2019/02/22/trial-preview—morris-speaks/
Details of the Newtown RLFC 2019 Season Launch:
Date: Tuesday, 12th March 2019
Venue: Petersham RSL Club, 7 Regent Street, Petersham
Time: 7.00pm for 7.30pm
Cost: $135 per head or $1250 for a table of ten
Dress: Lounge suit or smart casual
Graeme Hughes has been confirmed as MC.
The multi-talented, multi-award winning singer, comedian and satirist Denis Carnahan will provide the principal entertainment
RSVP: Wednesday, 6th March 2019
Ray Reilly (from the Reilly Group) is one of our club’s vital sponsors and he is undertaking a big charity walk on the 4th March.
It would be a wonderful gesture from Newtown Jets friends and supporters everywhere to assist Ray in this fund-raising quest.
As Ray himself asks:
“I am walking to raise funds for kids affected by Duchenne disease and find a much needed cure.
If you would like to kindly sponsor me, please follow this link and my thanks you in advance!”
Come on Jets fans, let’s show Ray that we’re with him in this most worthy cause.
This message below is from Roger Goodwin, a Newtown Jets supporter from Townsville who had terrible damage done to his home and other property items in the recent floods.
He was spotted on Queensland regional TV showing a very brave face and wearing a Newtown Jets t-shirt.
Newtown’s indefatigable Olga Lauricella has ensured that Roger received a generous package of Newtown RLFC merchandise items to wear and use.
Roger’s message says:
“A huge thank you to the Newtown Jets Rugby League Club for the gift of some sensational T-shirts and caps. Special thanks to Olga, Glen Dwyer and Barry Cotter. I shall wear the items with pride. After the cleanup from these destructive floods in Bluewater and Townsville I will be making every effort to get to Henson Park and watch the Jets play. It’s been a few years since I sat on the hill. Thanks again.”
Newtown Jets Memberships for 2019:
Be more than just a supporter of the Newtown Jets.
Show your genuine commitment to this famous old club and become a member in 2019.
(If you are already a member and you haven’t renewed for 2019, please consider this as your personal invitation to get on board again for the 2019 season).
Taking out a membership provides much needed financial support for our club.
Remember, we compete against other rugby league clubs who receive massive financial and organisational support from huge licensed clubs.
Choose the membership package that is right for you by opening this link: http://www.newtownjets.com/2019-season/jets-membership-2019/
The Newtown Jets might not have the massive resources of NRL clubs, but we still turn out an exceptional array of club clothing and merchandise.
You can make your selections and purchases online: www.newtownjetsclothing.com.au
Or you can call direct on (02) 9052 6980 or send your order via email to email@example.com
Or you can patronise the Newtown Jets merchandise marquee that operates on most Saturdays throughout the year in King Street, Newtown (directly opposite the Dendy cinema complex).
The Jets merchandise marquee will be operating tomorrow, Saturday, 23rd February from 10.00am to 3.00pm.
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.