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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.
THE annual away match against the Windsor Wolves is always one of the more formidable assignments on the NSW Cup calendar, and so it proved for the Newtown Jets last Saturday night. The Jets were well pleased to take the two competition points with their
THE Newtown Jets and Melbourne Storm provided a display at Henson Park on Saturday that was a superb advertisement for the second-tier level of Rugby League football. Newtown won 24-10 after leading 12-0 at half-time, and had to survive a determined fight
THIS year's Newtown Jets NSW Cup team is proving to be a model of inconsistency. After beating the competition leaders Canterbury-Bankstown on the 1st of May, the Jets travelled to Wyong last Saturday and were thrashed 48-26 by the NSW Cup's cellar-dwelle
A week can make a big difference in Rugby League fortunes, as the Newtown Jets showed at Henson Park on Saturday when they put their previous week's poor form against Balmain behind them in beating the competition leaders Canterbury-Bankstown.
THE Balmain Tigers have ensured that they will retain the Ryan-Pringle Shield for 2010, having seen off Newtown's challenge at Leichhardt Oval on Saturday by 39-14. In direct contrast to last week's inspiring win against Wentworthville, the Jets turned on
THE Newtown Jets turned around a 22-12 halftime deficit to defeat Wentworthville 34-26 in the sixth round NSW Cup match played at Ringrose Park yesterday. The Jets had imploded just prior to halftime, leaking three tries within a horror seven minutes peri
A much improved second half performance from the Newtown Jets saw them safely home by 44-22 against the Auckland Vulcans, in the fifth round NSW Cup match played at Henson Park on Saturday afternoon.