THIS is a reminder to all Newtown members and supporters that there is still time to make your bookings now for one of the major events of the Newtown RLFC calendar - the official launch for the 2003 season.
TO All Newtown Jets Members and Supporters:
IN Bulls Eye this week:
SOUTH Sydney have confirmed the signing of Paul Langmack as head coach for the next three years.
MICHAEL Hodgson has been called up as a late inclusion for the Raiders game against the Dragons this afternoon after Troy Thompson was ruled out with a shoulder injury.
THE NRL judiciary tonight reached a guilty verdict for Steve Crouch from Parramatta who was contesting a grade one dangerous throw.
THE New Zealand Warriors have lost second rower Awen Guttenbeil for at least a month ahead of Saturday's National Rugby League match against Manly at Brookvale Oval.
TIMANA Tahu has been ruled out of tonight's crucial clash against the Parramatta Eels with an ankle injury and will be replaced by rookie Craig Hall.
MELBOURNE Storms early season injury toll continues to rise with news that centre Steven Bell will miss next weeks match against Newcastle following a knee injury suffered at training yesterday.
YOUNGSTER Lance Hohaia's start to his second National Rugby League season with the New Zealand Warriors hasn't quite gone as he expected.
WESTS Tigers forward Luke O'Donnell has been handed an eleven match suspension by the NRL judiciary this evening for his sickening elbow on Raiders utility Michael Monaghan.
PENRITH utility back Luke Lewis will be out of action until round eight of the National Rugby League season after sustaining a knee injury against Melbourne last Saturday.
MELBOURNE Storm prop Rodney Howes initial expectations of an early recovery from a knee injury have been dashed with the news that he will miss between 12 and 15 weeks following arthroscopic surgery yesterday.
ALTHOUGH still a rumour at this stage, word has it Mark McLinden will be a late inclusion on the bench for the Raiders first home game against the Dragons tomorrow afternoon.
THE first game at home in 2003 for the Parramatta Eels, and they performed in style in front of the home crowd defeating the Knights by 30-12.