A week can make a big difference in Rugby League fortunes, as the Newtown Jets showed at Henson Park on Saturday when they put their previous week's poor form against Balmain behind them in beating the competition leaders Canterbury-Bankstown.
THE Balmain Tigers have ensured that they will retain the Ryan-Pringle Shield for 2010, having seen off Newtown's challenge at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday by 39-14. In direct contrast to last week's inspiring win against Wentworthville, the Jets turned on
THE Newtown Jets turned around a 22-12 halftime deficit to defeat Wentworthville 34-26 in the sixth round NSW Cup match played at Ringrose Park yesterday. The Jets had imploded just prior to halftime, leaking three tries within a horror seven minutes peri
A much improved second half performance from the Newtown Jets saw them safely home by 44-22 against the Auckland Vulcans, in the fifth round NSW Cup match played at Henson Park on Saturday afternoon.
NEWTOWN might have claimed the competition points against the Shellharbour Dragons at Henson Park on Saturday, but it was anything but a convincing performance from the Jets.
THE two NSW Cup double-header promotions held at Henson Park in recent weeks have seen some remarkably similar outcomes. Two weeks ago both games ended in one-point winning margins, while on Saturday at Henson both of the NSW Cup fixtures ended in draws.
THE Newtown Jets claimed their first premiership points for the new season with their 44-16 demolition of the North Sydney Bears in the second-round NSW Cup fixture at Henson Park on Saturday.
HENSON Park was the place to be last Saturday if you wanted to see spine-tingling finishes to senior Rugby League games. In the NSW Cup heritage round curtain-raiser, Western Suburbs defeated North Sydney 29-28 in a match where the lead changed hands seve
THE Newtown Jets easily accounted for the Newcastle club, Macquarie Scorpions, in Newtown's final trial match outing at Henson Park on Saturday. The Jets won by 66-4, but the Scorpions fought well above their weight division in the first half of the game
THE Newtown Jets rediscovered their mojo in recording a strong 44-14 win against Canterbury-Bankstown in the NSW Cup trial match played at Henson Park on Saturday evening.