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Canterbury Cup Team List - Jets v Blacktown

It was a welcome return to form for the Jets and with finals just five weeks away it came at just the right time, with Newtown’s 32-12 win over ladder-leading Bulldogs keeping them in touch with the top eight as the season approaches the business end.

The Jets benefitted by the inclusion of Sharks Jayson Bukuya, Sione Katoa and Kyle Flanagan amongst others, with Katoa notching a hat trick of tries and Bukuya putting in an extremely constructive 60-plus minutes of work.

With the improving health of he Sharks NRL side, Jets coach Greg Matterson can expect a number of Sharks-contracted players to again be on deck for their next assignment, a crucial game against the Blacktown Workers Sea Eagles on Saturday.

Sitting in 10th position, the Jets are just one point outside the top eight, while the Sea Eagles are languishing at the bottom of the Canterbury Cup ladder having won just three games in 17 matches so far this year.

The two teams have played once this season, back in round 10, with the Jets winning 44-28.

The game will be played at Lottoland (Brookvale Oval) on Saturday, kicking off at 12.45pm and for those unable to attend the match will be televised live on Fox Sports.


Canterbury Cup Team List – Round 20
Jets v Blacktown Workers
Saturday, August 3
Brookvale Oval
Kick-off – 12.45pm

1              Will Kennedy

2              Luke Polselli

3              Latrell Schaumkel

4              Tyrone Phillips

5              Sione Katoa

6              Jack A Williams

7              Tyla Tamou

8              Jaimin Jolliffe

9              Braydon Trindall

10           Greg Eastwood

11           Scott Sorensen

12           Siosifa Talakai

13           Jayson Bukuya


14           Teig Wilton

17           Daniel Vasquez

21           Wes Lolo

23           Grant Garvey

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