2011 Raymond Terrace Jets
Another season of Premier League is upon us and the "JETS" are raring to go.
After a fantastic year in 2010 the side from Raymond Terrace is looking to go one better in this years competition. The nucleous of the side remains the same as the one that dominated the regular season last year and finished as Minor Premiers.
Competition is fierce for every position in the team which bodes well for the season proper. Marquee players Jason Pietraszek, Terry Antram, Shane Globits, Matthew Baus and Nathan Dawson have all returned to the "HANGAR", with the signing of 5 marquee players set to keep them honest and firing on all cylinders.
However with the season condensed down to just 7 rounds the "JETS" (and any other team for that matter) can not afford to skip a beat. The cut throat nature of Premier League this year means that one loss could prove so costly.
It should make for interesting viewing. GO THE JETS!!!!
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2010 Raymond Terrace Jets
After a quite successful year in the 2009 Premier League, where the Jets finished 2nd on the ladder and were bundled out of the Finals series by an experienced Cabbramatta side , the Jets were back with a vengeance in 2010. Despite the loss of a few players an injection of local talent to fill the "Marquee" spots saw the Raymond Terrace side a contender once again and they proved it with solid performances both away from home and at "The Hangar". With two of their selected skippers finishing in the top 5 of the competition, 2010 saw the Raymond Terrace side go one better than their regular season 2nd placing in 2009 to top the Premier League table, take out the Minor Premiership and soar into the Grand Final. Unfortunately they were beaten by the resurgent Cabramatta Bullants. However 2011 is a new year and the Jets will be out to go one better one more time!! GO THE JETS!!!!!
2009 Raymond Terrace Jets
Raymond Terrace Jets have boosted their talent with two quality Queensland imports in Steve Anderson and Shane Globits, both former Australian Representatives. They have also added Nelson Bay’s Terry Antram (NSW) and Richard Girvan (NZ) and Soldiers Point player Jason Pietraszek (NSW). The Jets have NSW player Jason Stokes, plus a number of Zone representatives including Bruce Jewell, Clay Parker, Ian Lean and Lennon Scott and should prove a tough hurdle for many teams, especially when they play at home on our magnificent covered synthetic greens.