U20s Newcastle Jets continue their 100% record with an emphatic 6-2 win over Gladesville Ryde Magic

U20s Group Pic

U20s Newcastle Jets made it 6 wins in as many games on Saturday night in Sydney after disposing of Gladesville Ryde Magic by 6-2.  The Newcastle team controlled the match throughout and the outcome was never in doubt.

In the first half the Sydney siders sat back and only pressed the Newcastle team from the half way line. There was little pressure on Newcastle’s back line and they worked the ball well, scoring two from counter attacking moves. In the second half there was more movement off the ball, more intensity and pressing from Gladesville and more goals and domination from Newcastle. The second half was an exhibition of power, control and technique!

Newcastle Jets: 22 Kruze Davidson, 25 Joseph Smith, 32 Kynan Watkins, 33 James Khoury, 34 Max Bailey, 36 Amos Okumu, 39 Xavier Reid, 40 Patrick Innes, 41 Lucas Walshe, 44 George Tsamouras, 43 Shiwa Dull. Subs: 20 Ethan Lewis, 23 Cooper Vimpani, 29 Riley Van Haren, 31 William Eick, 35 Zaviah Di Carlo.

George Tsamouras on the run

Gladesville Ryde Magic FC vs Newcastle Jets on Saturday 11th  March at Christie Park, Sydney.

U20s Jets won 6-2

Youth Jets won 3-0

FNSW League Two Men’s Round 6 Results:


George Tsamouras front view

FNSW League Two Men’s Table:


George Tsamouras running alongside an opponent (2)

FNSW Youth League One Round 4:

Sydney FC vs Newcastle Jets on Saturday 11th March at Valentine Sports Park

U18s Jets lost 4-3

U16s Jets won 4-1

U15s Jets lost 2-0

U14s Jets lost 7-0

U13s Jets lost 5-1

source: Tom Tsamouras

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