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Jets Team List – Round 7

With just one win and one draw to show for their efforts through the opening rounds of the 2021 season the Newtown Jets will be desperate for a turnaround in form when they host Mounties at Henson Park on Saturday.

Soundly beaten by Newcastle on an emotional day last weekend, a day where they farewelled former club great Tommy Raudonikis, a young Jets side showed glimpse of what they are capable of before being soundly beaten by the Knights in the round six match up.

Again with a team down on experience due to the injury issues surrounding the Sharks NRL side, the Jets will be forced to display some heart and resilience against what is a strong Mounties outfit.

Last Saturday the star of the show for the Jets was young winger Jonaiah Lualua who managed four tries in the match, with his inside men sure to be keen to provide him with plenty of opportunities again this weekend.

Depending on the fitness and make up of the Sharks NRL side, the likes of Braydon Trindall, Franklin Pele, Jensen Taumoepeau and perhaps Will Chambers, should be need a run to gain some match fitness before being considered for the top grade, could revert back into the Newtown team this weekend.

The match is scheduled for a 3.00pm kick-off at Henson Park on Saturday, with the Newtown team listed below.

Knock-On Effect NSW Cup
Round 7
Jets v Mounties
Saturday, April 24
Henson Park
Kick-off - 3.00pm
1              Luke Metcalf

2              Edward Aiono

3              Nene Macdonald

22           Dylan O'Connor

5              Jonaiah Lualua

6              Jack A Williams

26           Tyla Tamou

8              Brock Gray

9              Zac Woolford

10           Daniel Vasquez

11           D'Rhys Miller

12           Bronson Garlick

13           Gabe Hamlin          


14           Ethan Natoli

15           Kyle Paterson

16           Brock Ilett

19           Duwanye Mariner

21           Kayleb Milne

Acknowledgement of Country

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