U16s Newcastle Jets travel to Central Coast United for washed out Round 23 match

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U16s Newcastle Jets visit Pluim Park on Tuesday night at Central Coast for the local derby with CCU as part of the washed out Round 23 which was initially scheduled Saturday 23rd July!

The Jets, fresh from a routine 3-0 win over Prospect United on Sunday will be called upon to collect all 3 points a mere 48 hours from their previous game! A win here returns the Jets back to the top of the table despite having played two matches less than second placed Hills United!

Central Coast United will have different ideas about the result given that it is a derby as well as the 5-1 home hammering they received on Saturday from Sydney City Hakoah! They occupy 12th spot on the points table but are only 2 points from second last position. The difference between the two sides is that CCU averages less than 1 goal per game compared to 3 goals per game for the Jets.

It will be a tough assignment for both teams and for different reasons but the Jets need the points to reclaim their thrown on the ladder and leading into a double header against South Coast Flame and Prospect United respectively, on the weekend.

U18s Newcastle Jets climbed to 3rd spot on the ladder after their win over Prospect on Sunday and a win against second last placed CCU will enable them to rise to 2nd spot with three matches less than league leaders St George FA. Most importantly, the Jets need to collect the 3 points for the Club Championship in order to secure one of the first two places which lead to FNSW Boy’s Youth One next season.

U15s Newcastle Jets occupy 2nd spot on the ladder 5 points ahead of 5th placed CCU! Frustrated at not been able to score against the 13th placed Prospect United who boasts the 3rd best defence in the competition, the Jets will be hungry for goals on Tuesday night!

U14s Newcastle Jets fresh from scoring 6 goals against Prospect United on Sunday will be looking to winning their second consecutive game against a CCU team which is only 2 points behind on the points ladder. Statistically there is not much difference between the two teams and this should be a close game.

U13s Newcastle Jets who have scored 92 goals in 22 matches should prove too strong for a CCU side that has conceded 63 goals in 25 games!

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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

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U16s FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Table:

01 U16s Table

02 U16s Table

N.B. FNSW has not updated Newcastle Jet’s Sunday results. The correct rank is Newcastle Jets 2nd with 22 games, 17 wins, 4 draws and 1 loss – 61 Goals 15 conceded and 55 points.

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FNSW Boy’s Youth League2 Club Championship:

01 Club Championship

02 Club Championship

N.B. FNSW has not updated Newcastle Jet’s Sunday results. The correct rank is Newcastle Jets 3rd with 88 games and 187 points.

source: Tom Tsamouras

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