Round 26: U16s Newcastle Jets take on Prospect United & Central Coast United


Newcastle Jets take on Prospect United in Round 26 of the season at LMRFF on Sunday afternoon and on Tuesday night, Central Coast United at Pluim Park as part of the Round 23 wash out three weeks ago! These will be the first two of a total of 4 matches to be played over a 7 day period!

Playing in the u16s competition at full strength on Sunday, the u16s Jets should have little difficulty putting the Sydney team to the sword. Prospect are in 9th place on the points table and on Wednesday night were defeated by 6-1 at home by Mounties Wanderers in a deferred game! The Jets on the other hand are 3rd, 2 points behind the league leaders Hills United who have played 3 games more!

The U16s Jets should be favourites to collect another 3 points on Tuesday night at Pluim Park Gosford when they face 12th placed Central Coast United. The advantage is that the Jets should be at full strength in both these matches as both the Jets Youth and U20s sides have a bye this weekend!

U18s Jets will return to playing in their age group this Sunday against a Prospect side which is equal 4th on the table with the Jets! Having played only one game more, Prospect should be a worthy opponent and this promises to be a close game.

The same could not be said about the match between the U18s Jets and Central Coast United on Tuesday night in Gosford. CCU are in 12th spot on the table and with an U18s Jets team at full strength, it will be very difficult for them to come away with any points.

U15s Newcastle Jets should be favourites to collect all 3 points on Sunday against a Prospect side which is 13th on the ladder and which has scored 15 goals in 23 games! The washed out match against 5th placed CCU will not be as easy in Gosford on Tuesday night. CCU will be pushing for a win to get into 4th spot while the Jets need the 3 points to secure 2nd spot.

U14s Newcastle Jets have the opportunity to put two losses and two draws in the past five games behind them on Sunday when they face bottom of the table Prospect United. Indeed, Prospect have only won one game all season and have conceded 80 goals in 22 matches! Their assignment against CCU in Gosford on Tuesday night should be more competitive as the team from Central Coast is only 2 points behind.

Finally, U13s Jets face a 9th placed Prospect side and an 8th CCU side at Newcastle and Gosford respectively. Both games promise to be competitive and the young Jets will need all 6 points if they are to close the 11 point gap that has opened up between themselves and the league leaders who have played 4 games more.


Round 26:Newcastle Jets vs Prospect Utd on Sunday 14th August 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

Round 23:CCU vs Newcastle Jets on Tuesday 16th August at Pluim Park Gosford.

U18s kick off at 7:00pm

U16s kick off at 7:45pm

U15s kick off at 6:00pm

U14s kick off at 7:35pm

U13s kick off at 6.00pm


U16s Round 26 FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Fixtures:

01 Fixtures

02 Fixtures

03 Fixtures


U16s FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Table:



FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Club Championship:

01 Club Championship

02 Club Championship

source: Tom Tsamouras

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