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THE Newtown Jets made one of their best starts to the NSW Cup competition in several years when they defeated a well-credentialled Cronulla Sharks team 26-18 at Toyota Stadium last Sunday.
NEWTOWN'S NSW Cup trial squad defeated Manly-Warringah 24-16 in the match played at Henson Park on Saturday evening.
REPORT on the NSW Cup trial match between Newtown and Canterbury-Bankstown played at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday, 12th February 2011.
THE inaugural Jack Rayner-Bumper Farrell Challenge Cup match was notable for the searing heat, a high penalty count, and what proved to be a spirited contest between two of Rugby League's foundation clubs, the Newtown Jets and the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
THE Knights and Warriors played out a 22-all draw in Greymouth tonight to open the NRL pre-season, while the Rabbitohs' annual "Return to Redfern" trial against Newtown was a low-scoring 10-4 affair.
THE Newtown Jets will be fielding a team made up largely of young triallists in Saturday's Return to Redfern clash with the South Sydney Rabbitohs.
THE Newtown Jets will celebrate their 103rd birthday on Saturday, 8th January 2011. The Jets performed strongly throughout the 2010 competition rounds but fell away disappointingly in the finals series. An infusion of new blood plus a fierce determination
THE Newtown Jets have been bundled out of the 2010 NSW Cup finals series, beaten 34-18 by Windsor after the Jets had led 14-2 at halftime.
THE Newtown Jets advanced to the next round of the NSW Cup finals after recording a less than inspiring 32-28 win against Wentworthville at Henson Park on Saturday.
NEWTOWN'S manpower reserves were stretched to the limit at Henson Park last Saturday, when the Jets defeated Cronulla-Sutherland 24-18 in the 26th and final competition round of the 2010 NSW Cup.
THE Newtown Jets have proven once again to be the Great Escape artists of the 2010 NSW Cup competition.
A re-elected Gillard Labor Government will partner with the Marrickville Council to deliver much-needed upgrades to Henson Park, the home of the famous Newtown Jets, Australia's oldest Rugby League club.
THE Newtown Jets managed to overhaul a very determined Auckland Vulcans team to win last Saturday's 23rd round NSW Cup match by 26-22, after trailing 16-10 at halftime.
THE Newtown Jets have moved to the top of the NSW Cup competition table after their 38-26 victory against Western Suburbs on Saturday, and following the surprise defeat of the previous leaders Canterbury-Bankstown by Cronulla-Sutherland.
NEWTOWN has moved into second place on the NSW Cup competition ladder following Balmain's loss to Windsor and the Jets' narrow 22-16 win over Norths at North Sydney Oval on Friday night.