THE Annual Back To Newtown Day is on at Henson Park this Saturday, July 20, when the Newtown Jets host the Balmain Tigers in the NSWRL First Division competition.
This is the occasion when all Newtown and Marrickville area friends and neighbours, past and present, can rendezvous at Henson Park to catch up on old times, while watching a traditional inner city Newtown - Balmain local derby.
The community reunion concept extends to all Newtown and Marrickville area schoolmates, former work colleagues, and of course former Newtown Junior League and CYO teammates.
Tell all your friends about the Back To Newtown Day, and make sure you all get together at old Henson Park for a few drinks and a lot of laughs - and of course to see Newtown, under the coaching of one of the great Jets of all time, Colin Murphy, really serve it up to the Tigers!
First Division kicks off at 3.00 p.m., and the Metro Cup curtain-raiser at 1.15 p.m.
See you there!
SATURDAY, JULY 6, 2002
THE unforgiving nature of Rugby League was never more evident than at Henson Park on Saturday. The final scoreline of 44-20 in favour of the Cronulla Sharks did no justice to the injury-weakened Newtown Jets, who had been in control for three-quarters of this game. But its what happens at the business end of the match that really counts, as the Jets unravelled in the last twenty minutes.
SATURDAY, JUNE 29, 2002
NEWTOWN V. CRONULLA SHARKS, 3.00 p.m.
SEE THE CLASH OF THE SPEEDSTERS -
WES PATTEN V. PRESTON CAMPBELL!
NEWTOWN V. WENTWORTHVILLE, 1. 15 p.m.
Special Tribute Day to three genuine Newtown Greats of the 1950's:
Gordon Clifford, Dick Poole and Bobby Whitton.
GATES OPEN: 12 NOON.
JETS STITCH UP THE TIGERS, BUT THERE'S ROOM FOR IMPROVEMENT.
POSTED: 22 Jun 2002 08:15 Post subject: Thank You (Newtown V Balmain)
NSWRL First Division:
SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2002KICKOFF: 3.00 pm
FLUSHED with success from their splendid win over Canberra the previous weekend, the Newtown Jets were handed a chastening lesson from the Bulldogs on what its like to take on the heavyweights of the First Division competition. The Dogs, the premiership leaders and runaway title favourites, dealt out a 48-8 shellacking to the Jets at Henson Park last Saturday.
HENSON PARKSATURDAY, JUNE 15