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Newcastle Jets Academy prove too strong for Parramatta FC

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The Newcastle Jets Academy proved too strong for Parramatta FC winning 6 games from a total of 7 played at Melita Stadium on Saturday.

The very hot conditions affected the quality of play as well as the players from both teams. Regardless of the results and score lines, valuable game time minutes were gained by the players of both teams which is so necessary to improve match speed and fitness at this early stage of the pre-season. The Newcastle Jets face Western Sydney Wanderers next on Saturday at Wanderers Football Park.

Parramatta FC vs Newcastle Jets at Melita Stadium on Saturday 28th January.

Youth Jets lost 2-1

U20s Jets won 5-1

U18s Jets won 2-0

U16s Jets won 8-0

U15s Jets won 2-1

U14s Jets won 11-0

U13s Jets won 13-1

The next trial game is against Western Sydney Wanderers at Wanderers Football Park on Saturday 4th February 2023.

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

Source: Tom Tsamouras

Newcastle Jets take on Parramatta FC in their 2nd trial match of 2023

George Tsamouras vs Parramatta FC

George Tsamouras on the attack against Parramatta FC at LMRFF

U18s Newcastle Jets take on Parramatta FC in the second pre-season match after Christmas in preparation for the 2023 season.

After defeating Bonnyrigg 4-1 last week but with many Youth team members in the line-up, the U18s will attempt to put playing minutes under their belt against an opponent which they dominated last season in every age group.

U18s defeated Parramatta 4-2 and 3-1, U16s won 2-0 and 4-1, U15s won by 8-0 in both games, U14s were held to a 1-1 draw at home and won 3-1 away while the u13s won 8-0 and 6-0! Convincing scores but the most important aspect in the games on Saturday is getting game minutes under the belts of most players on preparation for the start of the 2023 season on 19th February!

Parramatta FC vs Newcastle Jets at Melita Stadium on Saturday 28th January.

U18s kick off at 3:00pm

U16s kick off at 1:00pm

U15s kick off at 11:45am

U14s kick off at 10:25am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

10 players from NSW selected to the Australian U17s Joeys

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The Australian U17s “Joeys” commence their preparations for June’s AFC U-17 Asian Cup Thailand 2023 when they compete in the four nations U-17 Antalya Youth Cup in Turkey next month.

The Australians will face U-17 national men’s teams representing Czechia, Morocco, and Uzbekistan from 8 – 18 February 2023, with Subway Joeys’ Head Coach Brad Maloney selecting a 23-player squad for this tournament.

Speaking about the tournament, Brad Maloney said: “The Antalya Youth Cup presents an exciting opportunity to pit some of the country’s best emerging footballers against leading opposition from three different continents.

“To be able to play the likes of Czechia, Morocco, and Uzbekistan within the space of six days presents an ideal learning experience for this squad as we prepare for June’s AFC U-17 Asian Cup and hopefully the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru later this year,” said Maloney.

This will be the first time the Subway Joeys have come together for a camp or tournament since topping their respective Group during the AFC U-17 Asian Cup 2023™ Qualifiers held in Shepparton, Victoria, during October 2022.

Maloney – appointed to the Head Coach role in August of last year – and his coaching staff have spent the past three months watching matches from both home and abroad to support their planning for 2023 and beyond, with seven new faces being selected in the squad for the Antalya Youth Cup.

“With our elite youth pathways in hiatus for almost three years due to the pandemic, it’s more important than ever we are continually monitoring, scouting, and unearthing talent to ensure every eligible player is on our radar and considered for national team honours,” explained Maloney.

“We have made several changes to the squad who contested the qualifiers in October, with the view to providing international exposure to as many players as possible and to build depth as part of our preparations for this year’s Asian Cup,” concluded Maloney.

Due to this tournament being played outside a FIFA window, Adelaide United FC’s Nestory Irankunda was unavailable for selection.

The Asian Football Confederation confirmed earlier this month that Thailand will host the AFC U-17 Asian Cup 2023™, with the tournament to now take place, 15 June – 2 July 2023. The Draw for the AFC U-17 Asian Cup Thailand 2023™ is scheduled to occur in March, where Australia will the need to reach the semi-finals to qualify for the FIFA U-17 World Cup Peru 2023™, to run 10 November – 2 December 2023.

Subway Joeys Squad | Antalya Youth Cup 2023 | 8 – 18 February 2023

Name Position Current Club (as at 24/01) Junior Club/Member Federation
Peter ANTONIOU Defender Melbourne City FC FC Bulleen Lions / Football Victoria
Daniel BENNIE* Attacker Perth Glory FC Sorrento FC / Football West
Nicolas CALDER* Midfielder FC Luzern FC Kuessnacht (Switzerland)
Zachary DE JESUS Defender Sydney FC Lakeside Lions JFC / Football NSW
Campbell DOVISON Attacker Central Coast Mariners FC East Bentleigh SC / Football Victoria
Mitchell GLASSON Attacker Sydney FC Liverpool Rangers SC / Football NSW
Aden GREEN* Defender Western Sydney Wanderers FC Maccabi Hakoah JFC / Football NSW
Max HATELY Attacker Western Sydney Wanderers FC Kellyville SC / Football NSW
Jordan HOEY* Attacker Melbourne Victory FC FC Bulleen Lions / Football Victoria
Franklin JAN* Goalkeeper St George FC Leichhardt Saints FC / Football NSW
Ryan KALMS Defender Melbourne City FC Strathdale FC / Football Victoria
Pearson KASAWAYA* Attacker Sydney FC Griffith City FC / Football NSW
Andriano LEBIB Defender Perth Glory FC Dianella White Eagles / Football West
Jacob McLACHLAN Defender Sydney FC Georges River FC / Football NSW
Andre PARKES Defender Central Coast Mariners FC Castle Hill United / Football NSW
Anthony PAVLESIC Goalkeeper Central Coast Mariners FC Sydney United 58 FC / Football NSW
Jaylan PEARMAN Midfielder Perth Glory FC Westside FC / Football West
Sotiri PHILLIS Defender Adelaide United FC West Torrens Birkalla / Football SA
Xavier SMITH Defender Crewe Alexandra FC Liverpool FC (United Kingdom)
Corey SUTHERLAND Midfielder Perth Glory FC Cockburn City / Football West
Fabian TALLADIRA Midfielder Adelaide United FC Adelaide City FC / Football SA
Danilo TREFFILETTI* Midfielder AC Monza APIA Leichhardt FC / Football NSW
Michael VONJA Goalkeeper Western United FC George Cross FC / Football Victoria

*Denotes new to the squad, wasn’t part of AFC U-17 Asian Cup 2023™ Qualifiers in October 2022

The 10 players from NSW are Zachary DE JESUS, Mitchell GLASSON, Pearson KASAWAYA, Jacob McLACHLAN (Sydney FC), Campbell DOVISON, Andre PARKES, Anthony PAVLESIC (Central Coast Mariners), Aden GREEN, Max HATELY (Western Sydney Wanderers) Franklin JAN (St George FC)

Source: https://www.socceroos.com.au/news/

U18s Newcastle Jets too strong for Bonnyrigg White Eagles

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A compilation of Newcastle Jets players playing as U18s proved too strong for Bonnyrigg White Eagles, running out victors 4-1.

TRIAL MATCH RESULTS:

Bonnyrigg White Eagles vs Newcastle Jets at Fairfield Showground on Sunday 22nd January.

U20s Jets won 4-1

U18s Jets won 4-1

U16s Jets won 2-1

U15s Jets won 5-0

U14s Jets won 6-1

U13s Jets won 3-1

The next trial game is against Parramatta FC at Melita Stadium on Saturday 28th January.

U18s kick off at 3:00pm

U16s kick off at 1:00pm

U15s kick off at 11:45am

U14s kick off at 10:25am

U13s kick off at 9:00am

Source: Tom Tsamouras

 

 

Newcastle Jets Academy take on Bonnyrigg White Eagles in their first trial match for 2023

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Newcastle Jets take on Bonnyrigg White Eagles on Sunday at Fairfield Showground, Sydney, in their first trial match for 2023. Commencing training only this week, after a four week break for Christmas and the new year, the Jets have until February 19th to prepare for the 2023 football season. This is the first of three scheduled matches to help teams prepare for the start of the new season.

Last season the Newcastle Jets performed well against Bonnyrigg in all age divisions and this should be a great test for teams to work on their fitness and match speed. U18s won 3-0 away and 3-2 at home. U16s won 3-0 away and 2-0 at home. U15s won 6-0 away and drew 1-1 at home. U14s lost 4-3 away and 1-0 at home. U13s won 6-1 away and 7-2 at home.

TRIAL MATCH:

Bonnyrigg White Eagles vs Newcastle Jets at Fairfield Showground (synthetic) on Sunday 22nd January.

1st Grade Men kick off at 7:00pm

U20s kick off at 5:00pm

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

2022 FNSW NPL2 U16s Newcastle Jets vs Bonnyrigg White Eagles Round 20 Highlights. The match was originally scheduled to be played on the grass field at the LMRFF at Speers Point on Sunday 3/7/2022 but was declared a wash out. The game was played on Sunday 28/8/2022 at the Newcastle University Field No2.

Newcastle Jets: Angus Martin 35, Giles Harrison 36, Kynan Watkins 37, Caleb Reed 38, Reinhard Lloyd 40, Max Cooper 41, George Tsamouras 43, Cooper Vimpani 45, Jordan Gu 48, Ethan Lewis 50, Seth Anderson 90 Subs: Pharrell Trainor 39, Kruze Davidson 44, Noah Miller 55, Jake Goodwin 57, Jayden Borgia 82.

Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC: Preston Frank Gigliotti 25, Jake Jones 27, Stefan Kos 28, Daniel Landini 29, Taye Sahib 33, Nikola Skoric 34, Matia Stanisic 35, Sife Saeed 37, Jaaydan Avello 38, Dylan Dukleski 39, Malthe Brink 79, Subs: Oliver Przydacz 31, Alfie Williamson 36, Chris Karam 47, Danny Park 51

Cards: 54’ Taye Sahib (Red) 70’ Jake Jones (yellow)

source: Tom Tsamouras

U18s Newcastle Jets return to training for the 2023 season

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U18s Newcastle Jets return to training at the Speers Point Regional Football Facility on Monday 16th February in preparation for the 2023 football season.

After a four week break for Christmas and New Year, the Newcastle Jets resume their preparation for the 2023 season which began in November 2022.

The new season will kick off on Sunday 19th February against archrival Hills United.

Until then the Jets will play a series of away trial games against Bonnyrigg White Eagles, Parramatta FC and Western Sydney Wanderers FC.

TRIAL GAMES:

Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC vs Newcastle Jets on Sunday 22nd January at Fairfield Showground.

Parramatta FC vs Newcastle Jets on Saturday 28th January at Melita Stadium.

Western Sydney Wanderers FC vs Newcastle Jets on Saturday 4th February at Wanderers Football Park.

2022 FNSW NPL2 U16s Newcastle Jets vs Bonnyrigg White Eagles Round 20 Highlights. The match was originally scheduled to be played on the grass field at the LMRFF at Speers Point on Sunday 3/7/2022 but was declared a wash out. The game was played on Sunday 28/8/2022 at the Newcastle University Field No2.

Newcastle Jets: Angus Martin 35, Giles Harrison 36, Kynan Watkins 37, Caleb Reed 38, Reinhard Lloyd 40, Max Cooper 41, George Tsamouras 43, Cooper Vimpani 45, Jordan Gu 48, Ethan Lewis 50, Seth Anderson 90 Subs: Pharrell Trainor 39, Kruze Davidson 44, Noah Miller 55, Jake Goodwin 57, Jayden Borgia 82.

Bonnyrigg White Eagles FC: Preston Frank Gigliotti 25, Jake Jones 27, Stefan Kos 28, Daniel Landini 29, Taye Sahib 33, Nikola Skoric 34, Matia Stanisic 35, Sife Saeed 37, Jaaydan Avello 38, Dylan Dukleski 39, Malthe Brink 79, Subs: Oliver Przydacz 31, Alfie Williamson 36, Chris Karam 47, Danny Park 51

Cards: 54’ Taye Sahib (Red) 70’ Jake Jones (yellow)

source: Tom Tsamouras

2023 season fixtures for U18s Newcastle Jets announced by Football NSW

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Football NSW has officially released its entire match-day schedules for all NPL Men’s and Women’s, Senior Men’s and Women’s Leagues, Boys’ and Girls’ Youth Leagues, SAP, Girls SAP and AYL competitions for the 2023 season.

Football NSW Head of Competitions Troy McColl was looking forward to the 2023 season following the release of the Match Schedules.

“I would like to take this opportunity to thank all Clubs for their patience and prompt assistance regarding the formatting of the 2023 Match Schedules.

“It was fantastic to have football back following two COVID interrupted seasons and this was shown following a solid year across all our leagues.

“We cannot wait to see you all when we return in the new year in what promises to be one of the biggest seasons yet for our sport in NSW.”

The season begins on Sunday 19th February with Newcastle Jets hosting fellow newly promoted Hills United at Spears Point and concludes on Saturday 9th September at Apia Leichardt FC!

Below are the matches of Round 1 of the 2023 FNSW Youth League One competition for U18s Newcastle Jets:

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Source: Fixtures – Football NSW

U18s Newcastle Jets prove too strong for Rydalmere Lions FC

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U18s Newcastle Jets finished their pre-Christmas pre-season training with a trial match in Sydney on Sunday afternoon during which they proved too strong for Rydalmere Lions FC. The game was played in very cold and windy conditions and the Jets succeeded in leading 2-0 at the break.

In the second half Rydalmere pulled one goal back but the Jets were able to score a third and put the game beyond reach. It wasn’t a great game to watch but the players from both teams put minutes under their belts in preparation for the 2023 season.

Training for the U18s Newcastle Jets will resume on 16th January 2023.

TRIAL GAME: Rydalmere FC vs Newcastle Jets at Rydalmere Park, Sydney on Sunday 18th December 2022.

Youth Jets drew 1-1

U20s Jets won 2-1

U18s Jets won 3-1

U16s Jets won 5-0

U15s Jets lost 2-0

U14s Jets won 10-0

U13s Jets lost 2-1

Source: Tom Tsamouras

U18s Newcastle Jets are away to Rydalmere FC in their 4th pre-season trial match

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Newcastle Jets travel to Sydney on Sunday to play Rydalmere FC in their 4th pre-season match of the 2023 campaign. This will be an interesting game given that the two teams met three months ago in the semi-final of the 2022 season play-offs with the Jets winning in a penalty shoot-out.

Following this match, the U18s will play their final trial game on Tuesday night at Speers Point before their Christmas break until the 16th January 2023!

Rydalmere FC vs Newcastle Jets at Rydalmere Park on Sunday 18th December 2022.

Youth kick off at 7:00pm

U20s kick off at 5:00pm

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

Newcastle Jets: Angus Martin 35, Giles Harrison 36, Caleb Reed 38, Pharrell Trainor 39, Reinhard Lloyd 40, Max Cooper 41, George Tsamouras 43, Cooper Vimpani 45, Luca West 46, Jordan Gu 48, Ethan Lewis 50, Subs: Kynan Watkins 37, Zac Major 42, Kruze Davidson 44, Patrick Innes 66, Seth Anderson 90

Rydalmere Lions: Adrian-Jamie Bazina 1, Cooper Van Den Burg 4, Tristan Boutros 5, Marc Bounassif 6, Gian La Grazia 9, Prayaag Darshan Thapa 10, Kale James de la Cruz 11, Callum McNamara 12, Zac Zarrino 14, Bassam Jallal Sabbagh 16, Zac Chong 28, subs: Christian Podetti 3, Zachary Pace 7, Rhys Van Den Burg 13, Zac Saitis 19, Ray Wilson 30, Remy Freiha 31

Cards: 65’ Giles Harrison (yellow), 34’ Zac Saitis (yellow)

U18s Newcastle Jets held to a 1-1 draw by Sydney Olympic

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U18s Newcastle Jets were held to a 1-1 draw by Sydney Olympic at Ray Watt Oval, University of Newcastle, on Sunday afternoon!

In sunny and hot conditions Sydney Olympic began proceedings with a goal from a penalty which the Jets conceded after an Olympic player was brought down inside the box, in an off the ball incident! The Jets came close moments later with a shot that came off the woodwork after a well worked move from the left. By half-way through the first half the Jets were level with a well taken shot from a well worked counter-attack from the right.

At half time the teams were locked at 1-1 and the players of both teams looked forward to the break to re-hydrate from the very hot conditions. Territorially the Jets dominated possession but could not create enough goal scoring opportunities.

The second half belonged to the Jets even more than in the first half but again, they could not find the back of the net! Despite this, the team looked a lot fitter and sharper than during previous games and this is probably more important at this early stage of the pre-season than any result or score line.

Newcastle Jets vs Sydney Olympic at Ray Watt Oval on Sunday 11th December 2022.

Youth Jets drew 0-0

U18s Jets drew 1-1

U16s Jets lost 4-0

U15s Jets lost 3-1

U14s Jets won 5-3

U13s Jets lost 2-0

Source: Tom Tsamouras