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THE Hunter Sports Group is pleased to announce that Newcastle's largest automotive group, Klosters, have signed a three-year sponsorship as the Official Car Supplier.
THE Hunter Sports Group is pleased to announce Newcastle-based national health insurer, nib, has today signed a two-year major sponsorship agreement with the Newcastle Knights and Newcastle Jets.
NEWTOWN Jets have dropped a valuable point after drawing with Wentworthville yesterday afternoon.
THE Hunter Sports Group (HSG) has today completed its acquisition of the Newcastle Knights.
THE Newtown Jets and Auckland Vulcans turned on a gripping contest in their round 20 NSW Cup clash at Henson Park on Saturday.
THE Newtown Jets reclaimed the Trevor Ryan-Neil Pringle Shield in beating Balmain 30-10 at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday afternoon.
IT was a win/win outcome for both Todd Carney and the Newtown Jets at Brookvale Oval on Saturday.
NEWCASTLE Knights and Newcastle Jets players will join the Salvation Army Red Shield Appeal 'drive in and drop off' donation collection this Sunday 29th May at Ausgrid Stadium between 11am and 12pm.
NEWTOWN'S thrilling 22-14 win against Canterbury-Bankstown on Saturday could be regarded as one of the club's best wins since joining a forerunner of the current NSW Cup competition back in 2000.
LOW fares leader Jetstar will this weekend fly more than 200 local hero Christchurch emergency workers and their families to the Gold Coast for a much-needed break following the devastating February earthquake in that city.
THE Newtown Jets NSW Cup team created club history on Saturday with their 48-12 away win against Manly-Warringah.
THE Newtown Jets claimed a confidence-boosting 22-0 win over old rivals the Balmain Tigers, in the 7th round NSW Cup match played at Henson Park on Easter Saturday.
THE Newtown Jets have now won three games and lost three in the 2011 NSW Cup competition, following their 20-10 loss to Cronulla-Sutherland at Henson Park last Saturday.
ALL the team lineups for the first week of the Split Round 6 of the QRL's Intrust Super Cup.
NEWTOWN Jets coach Greg Matterson drew on the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche and his famous quote