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Finals week 2 team list - Jets v Bears

The held on running into a strong south-westerly wind they came home far too strongly for their opponents in week one of the Canterbury Cup Finals, with Newtown’s 44-20 victory over Mounties sounding a warning to the other teams still alive in the competition.

The Jets used strong performances from the likes of Blayke Brailey, Scott Sorensen, Brayden Trindall, Will Kennedy and Jackson Ferris to dominate the second half last weekend, setting up a clash with traditional rivals the North Sydney Bears in week two of the finals.

After struggling early on in the Canterbury Cup season the Jets rallied late to force their way into the top eight and would have gained plenty of confidence with their win over Mounties.

This weekend coach Greg Matterson has been able to name a relatively unchanged line up, with the only significant omission being that of Aaron Gray who has been called into the Sharks NRL line up due to the suspension of Ronaldo Mulitalo.

Brailey has been named on an extended bench for the Sharks, with his status for the Jets unlikely to be determined until after the Sharks v Manly NRL Finals match on Saturday night.

The Jets and Bears kick off at 12.10pm on Sunday at Leichhardt Oval, with the Newtown team listed below.

Canterbury Cup – Team List
Finals Week One – Jets v Bears
Sunday, September 12
Leichhardt Oval
Kick-off 12.10pm

1              Will Kennedy

2              Sione Katoa

3              Matt Evans

4              Jackson Ferris

5              Tyrone Phillips

6              Jack A Williams (C)

7              Braydon Trindall

8              Wes Lolo

23           Grant Garvey

10           Jaimin Jolliffe

11           Scott Sorensen

12           Siosifa Talakai

13           Jayson Bukuya


14           Teig Wilton

17           Daniel Vasquez

18           Luke Polselli

21           Toby Rudolf

24           Josh Carr

25           Greg Eastwood


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