This Sunday is a huge day in the history of the Glebe Dirty Reds, plus other pertinent rugby league news items
Daniel Vasquez was a popular team member in both of Newtown’s title-winning teams last year.
This week he has received the honour of winning selection in the Cronulla Sharks NRL team to play the Canberra Raiders on Saturday evening (26th September).
Here’s footage from the Sharks team meeting when Daniel received the news: https://www.sharks.com.au/news/2020/09/25/vasquez-to-make-sharks-debut/
Best wishes to Daniel on his NRL debut from everyone at the Newtown RLFC.
Sunday’s NSWRL President’s Cup Grand Final between the Glebe Dirty Reds and the Maitland Pickers is to be live streamed.
Full details of the coverage on Sunday afternoon from 3.30pm is on this link: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/09/25/nswrl-grand-finals-to-be-live-streamed/
Match details for Sunday:
NSWRL President’s Cup – Grand Final
Sunday, 27th September 2020
Bankwest Stadium, Parramatta
Glebe Dirty Reds (Newtown’s partnership club) v Maitland Pickers
Courtesy of the NSWRL website, here’s an article on how the Glebe Dirty Reds have advanced into the President’s Cup Grand Final:
Newtown’s partnership club, the Glebe Dirty Reds, have powered their way into the 2020 NSWRL President’s Cup Grand Final:
The Glebe Dirty Reds, the foundation rugby league club that was out of existence between 1930 and 2015 and was then revived in 2016, has swept into the 2020 NSWRL President’s Cup grand final.
The legendary old club that simply would not lie down won a thrilling qualifying final against fellow 1908 foundation club, North Sydney, at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday afternoon.
The score was tied up at 6-all with just thirteen minutes left to play, but the Dirty Reds overpowering domination of possession and territorial advantage eventually made the vital difference.
Glebe added three converted tries and a penalty goal to record a handsome 26-6 victory.
The Dirty Reds will play the pride of the country rugby league, Maitland Pickers, in the NSWRL President’s Cup grand final at Bankwest Stadium on Sunday, 27th September, at 3.30pm.
Glebe won the NSWRL Challenge Cup (a state-wide senior rugby league knockout series) several weeks ago when they crushed Wentworthville 53-16 at Henson Park.
The Dirty Reds have every intention of adding to their trophy tally when they confront the Maitland Pickers at Bankwest Stadium this Sunday.
There are several Newtown Jets identities in the Glebe Dirty Reds grand final team named for this Sunday:
Jacob Gagai, Jonah Ngaronoa, Addison Demetriou, John Olive, Honeti Tuha, Sitiveni Moceidreke, Liam Coleman, Wesley Lolo, Jackson Garlick (Captain), Thomas Hazelton, Matt Stimson, Myles Taueli, Brock Gray.
Trent Toelau, Duwanye Mariner, Sione Afemui, Kemueli Seru.
Ethan Natoli, Patrice Siolo, Lorenzo Mulitalo.
Tickets are still on sale for Sunday’s President’s Cup Grand Final at Bankwest Stadium.
Use this link: https://www.nswrl.com.au/news/2020/09/20/tickets-on-sale-for-nswrl-grand-final-gala-day/
Here are the highlights from last weekend’s NSWRL President’s Cup grand final qualifiers, including the Glebe Dirty Reds v North Sydney Bears match played at Leichhardt Oval last Saturday:
This week’s NSWRL website feature Throwback Thursday paid tribute to the tremendous career of Greg Eastwood:
Several ex-Newtown players are playing with the Cronulla-Caringbah Sharks in the NSWRL Sydney Shield grand final on Sunday, including:
Brent Anderson, Nesiasi Mataitonga, Jacob Gagan and Ryan King.
Cronulla-Caringbah plays Ryde-Eastwood on Sunday at Bankwest Stadium at 11.00am.
This week’s Newtown Jets Members Badge Draw winner was Pero Stojanovski, Membership Number 934.
Well done to 2019 Henson Park crowd favourite Ronaldo Mulitalo who is a contender for the prestigious Ken Stephen Medal in 2020:
Use this link for more information: https://www.nrl.com/news/2020/09/24/community-comes-first-for-sharks-humble-ken-stephen-medal-nominee-ronaldo/
Ronaldo’s brother Lorenzo is the Glebe Dirty Reds grand final squad for Sunday.
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Information about 2024 Newtown RLFC memberships; Newtown Jets playing in the 2023 Pacific Championship Series; and a reminder about Newtown RLFC merchandise.
These Newtown Jets players have gained selection in various end of season representative rugby league teams
The Newtown Jets RLFC held its Annual Presentation Dinner on the evening of Friday, 29th September 2023 at the Petersham RSL Club.
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.