U16s Newcastle Jets face Rydalmere Lions FC in the first match of the second half of the season

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The half-way mark of the 2022 football season was reached last week with the U16s Newcastle Jets leading the competition in 1st place on the table from the outset. The Jets have won the most games, with Hills United (11), are the only team not to have lost any game, scored the most goals (42) and have the second-best defense in the competition with only 11 goals conceded!

In contrast, Rydalmere Lions are in 4th place on the ladder, having been overtaken by Nepean who defeated them 1-0 on Wednesday night in a deferred game from Round 7. Since their 3-0 loss to the Jets in the opening game of the season, Rydalmere have won 8 matches, drawn 2 and lost a further 2. They have a very tight defense, having conceded 12 goals, only one more than the Jets but have only scored 23 goals, 19 fewer than the Jets.

The clash at Speers Point on Sunday should be a great contest for both teams. Attack will be the strength of the Jets and defense will be the strength of the Sydney-siders!

U18s Newcastle Jets are also in equal first place on the ladder at the half-way mark of the season! They will be seeking revenge for their loss against Rydalmere in the opening game of the season in Sydney! Rydalmere are in 10th place on the ladder having only won 5 matches so far and lost 6!

U15s Newcastle Jets have reached the half-way mark of the season in 2nd place on the ladder compared to their rivals who finished in 7th spot. As in the case with their U18s counterparts they too will be seeking revenge for their loss in the opening game of the season. The strength of the U15s is in their attack as they have scored 23 goals more than Rydalmere!

U14s Newcastle Jets are in equal 7th spot on the ladder together with their Sydney rivals! They will be hoping to win at Speers Point as they did in Sydney in Round 1 of the competition. Sporting two losses and one draw in their past three matches they will be desperate to collect the 3 points on home soil on Sunday.

Lastly, U13s Newcastle Jets have reached the half-way mark in first place on the points table compared to 8th spot of their Sydney rivals. The strength of the Jets is in their attack as they have scored 33 goals more than Rydalmere and are favorites to collect the 3 points on Sunday.

In the Club Championship points table the Newcastle Jets have reached the half-way mark in 1st place also.

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Round 16: Newcastle Jets vs Rydalmere Lions FC on Sunday 5th June at LMRFF Speers Point.

U18s kick off at 3:00pm

U16s kick off at 1:15pm

U15s kick off at 11:40am

U14s kick off at 10:05am

U13s kick off at 8.30am

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U16s Round 16 FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Fixtures:

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U16s FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Table:

 

u16s Table

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FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Club Championship:

Club Championship

source: Tom Tsamouras

 

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