This week the Newtown RLFC pays tribute to the many years of support from John Singleton and his company the John Singleton Group
The continued existence of the Newtown Rugby League Football Club is only made possible with the generous and ongoing help from our dedicated sponsors.
John Singleton first became involved with the Newtown club in 1977, and he was a major player in the plethora of developments that ultimately led to the Jets surging into the NSWRL first grade grand final of 1981.
He has remained a highly significant figure in the Newtown story in most of the years since the club left the NSWRL first grade competition in late 1983.
In recent years his company the John Singleton Group has been a major sponsor of the club , and he remains a valued friend of this club to the present day.
Here’s what the most discerning beer drinkers are saying about Philter Brewing’s superlative product, Henson Park Draught, as recommended also by former Newtown Jets player and rugby league commentator and columnist Phil “Gus” Gould:
“The Newtown Jets were formed in 1908 and, in our opinion, remain the greatest team in the history of Rugby League.
This draught is made with love for the mighty Jets and their spiritual home, Henson Park.
It’s crafted with 100% Australian hops for straight up classic refreshment. See you on the hill at Henson Park!”
And here’s what a selection of discriminating beer drinkers are saying about Henson Park Draught:
“Crisp, clean and easy drinking. Subtle fruitiness adds that extra flavour to your standard draught. A really great beer for watching rugby league on the hill at Henson Park!”
“Dry hops a la the Henson’s much loved KB, but some modern fruity pale ale hops also. Not bad at all!”
“These guys at Philter can’t put a foot wrong. Henson Park Draught drinks very smoothly, with a good balance of hops and bitterness. Hint of lemon coming from somewhere.”
Philter Brewing is located at 92-98 Sydenham Road, Marrickville.
Phone: 9199 9655
More news on former Newtown Jet player Mose Masoe:
On his final night at Craven Park (home ground of the famous Hull Kingston Rovers), Mose Masoe prepares to say goodbye before making preparations to return to Australia.
Mose’s three children help him deliver the match ball for the Hull KR v Castleford Super League clash.