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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.
NEWTOWN Jets and Sydney Roosters forward Jason Baitieri's role helping a group of homeless men conquer a special quest has earned him the One Community Good Guy of the Month award for July.
THE Newtown Jets used up yet another "get out of jail card" when they defeated the competition cellar-dwellers Shellharbour Dragons 22-19 in the NSW Cup match played at the Ron Costello Oval on Sunday afternoon.
THE Newtown Jets toughed it out for a 28-16 win against the Brett Kenny-coached Wentworthville in the 19th round NSW Cup match played at Henson Park last Saturday.
THE Newtown Jets came away with two hard-earned competition points when they defeated the Melbourne Storm 26-20 in the NSW Cup match played at Olympic Park, Melbourne last Saturday.
THE Balmain Tigers have moved into outright first place on the NSW Cup premiership table after they defeated Newtown 28-16 in the deferred round 13 clash played at Henson Park on Sunday.
THE Newtown Jets made hard work of their 38-34 win against the Central Coast Centurions in the NSW Cup 16th round match played at Henson Park on Saturday.
AN against the odds second half performance enabled the Newtown Jets to turn around a 10-nil halftime deficit into an 18-16 win against the Western Suburbs Magpies, in the NSW Cup match played at Campbelltown Stadium on Saturday afternoon
THE Newtown Jets showed few signs of rustiness after two weeks' layoff when they swept aside North Sydney at Henson Park last Saturday by 48-18.
THE Newtown RLFC notes with regret the recent passing of Frank Speechley - a former player, committee member, Life Member, Henson Park ground announcer and lifelong supporter of the Newtown Rugby League Football Club.
THE Newtown Jets will stage one of the marquee games of the NSW Cup season when they host fellow 1908 foundation club North Sydney Bears at Henson Park next Saturday.