In the NSW Rugby League Jim Beam Cup trial match played at Redfern Oval on Saturday, Newtown defeated Souths Juniors 20-16. This was quite an entertaining match, with the lead changing hands several times. Both coaches, Trevor Schodel (Newtown) and Bill Grech (Souths Juniors), would have been pleased with their respective teams' defensive commitment and constructive play. The Sydney Airport Jets are back at Henson Park this Saturday, February 21st for more trials action. In the NSW Premier League, Newtown hosts the North Sydney Bears with the match kicking off at 5pm. This game also doubles as the first leg of the 2004 Frank Hyde Cup series. In the Jim Beam Cup trial starting at 3pm, Newtown takes on the competition newcomers Narellan. At 5pm, Saturday, March 6th, first grade Rugby League football returns to Henson Park for the first time in 21 years when Newtown is at home to 2003 NRL semi-finalists, the Melbourne Storm.Like
Match report: Souths Juniors v.
- by Bumper Dwyer
- February 16 2004 12:00AM
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