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Thank You (Newtown V Balmain) from Balmain supporters

POSTED: 22 Jun 2002 08:15 Post subject: Thank You (Newtown V Balmain)

Results of matches played on Saturday, June 22, 2002

NSWRL First Division:

ATTENTION ! All Newton Jets Members and Supporters

SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 2002KICKOFF: 3.00 pm

Dog Day Afternoon For The Battling Jets

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.

A Reminder To All Newtown RLFC Members and Supporters


Gutsy Jets Lay On The Definitive Grandstand Finish

IN what was one of the Newtown clubs most satisfying victories since joining the NSWRL First Division competition, the Jets defeated Canberra 30-28 in an absolute thriller at Henson Park last Saturday afternoon. This result was a colossal turnaround from the 54-0 mauling that the Raiders dished out to the Jets in the opening competition round back in early April.

Results of matches played at Henson Park on Saturday, June 8th.

RESULTS of matches played at Henson Park on Saturday, June 8th.

Plenty Of Effort But Nil Return For Jets

COLD Comfort For Jets After Narrow Loss To Wests

Jets under cosh at Aussie Stadium. Dragons v Jets

THE Newtown Jets paid big time for a sub-standard first half in yesterday's First Division match against St. George-Illawarra at Aussie Stadium. The Jets' woes were compounded by a savage injury toll, with three players suffering serious injuries. Trailing by 34-4 at halftime, Newtown showed considerable fighting qualities to contain what might have been a total rout, eventually going down to the Dragons by 50-14.

The Jets Break Their Duck For The 2002 Season

THE Newtown Jets scored their first win in the 2002 NSWRL First Division competition, in defeating the Central Coast Bears 36-24 at Northpower Stadium on Friday night. The Jets gave their travelling supporters plenty of anxious moments before securing victory in the final five minutes of play.

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