It was never a promising season for the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs.
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The Newtown Jets remain winless after four rounds of the 2009 NSW Cup, despite having had the unexpected services of Test forward Willie Mason and Queensland State of Origin regular Nate Myles for their match against the Central Coast Storm at Wyong last Saturday. The Storm led 10-0 at halftime after Newtown had failed to take best advantage of a strong southerly breeze, and then pulled away late in the second half for a 28-12 win.
Jets coach Greg Matterson has spared no effort in pursuing a winning formula with a further three players (centres Smith Samau and Chris Tuatara and hooker Luke Letele) all on debut on Saturday, plus a new halves pairing in Donny Thompson and Nigel Millgate who hadn