Emerging Jets faring well in inaugural season

newcastlejets.com.au examines how the Club’s Emerging Jets teams are faring during their inaugural season.

With the penultimate round of the Northern NSW State League competitions taking place this weekend, newcastlejets.com.au examines how the Club-s Emerging Jets teams are faring during their inaugural season in the competition.

U18 Emerging Jets Boys (2nd) Playing in the NBN State League U23s, the U18 Emerging Jets Boys currently sit in second spot on the ladder, just one point behind competition leaders Edgeworth Eagles.

They have nine wins, five draws and only two losses this season, giving them a goal difference of +18.

After playing out a 1-1 draw with Edgeworth last weekend, the Jets take on Broadmeadow Magic at Wanderers Oval on Saturday afternoon.

U16 Emerging Jets Boys (5th) Playing in the NBN State League U19s competition, the U16 Emerging Jets Boys sit in fifth place, with a two point buffer back to sixth-placed South Cardiff FC.

They boast a record of nine wins and six losses, with a goal difference of +16.

The Jets have a chance to leapfrog Broadmeadow Magic into fourth place when the two sides meet tomorrow afternoon.

U15 Emerging Jets Boys (6th) Playing in the NBN State League U17s competition, the U15 Emerging Jets Boys sit in sixth place, six points behind the fifth-placed Broadmeadow Magic, but with a game in hand.

Their record consists of five wins, three draw and seven losses, with a goal difference of -3.

The Jets can close the gap between themselves and Broadmeadow by collecting three points on Saturday.

U18 Emerging Jets Girls (3rd) Playing in the Women-s Premier League, the U18 Emerging Jets are guaranteed to finish the regular season in third position.

They have notched nine wins, four draws and four losses so far this season, with a goal difference of +13.

The Jets face Lake Macquarie City FC at Macquarie Field on Saturday afternoon.

U15 Emerging Jets Girls (1st) Playing in the Women-s Premier League U18s competition, the U15 Emerging Jets Girls currently sit in first place, just one point ahead of second-placed Merewether United FC.

They boast a record of 11 wins, three draws and three losses with a goal difference of +19.

The face Lake Macquarie City FC in a crucial match at Macquarie Field on Saturday.

U13 Emerging Jets Girls (8th) Playing in the U12s Metropolitan State Youth League, the U13 Emerging Jets Girls currently sit in eighth place.

Their next match is against Hunter Valley Football Maroon at Wallarah Oval on Saturday.

U12 Emerging Jets Boys (2nd) Playing in the U13s Metropolitan State Youth League, the U12 Emerging Jets Boys currently sit in second place on the competition ladder.

They have nine wins, four draws and four losses with a goal difference of +23.

The Jets play third-placed Macquarie Football White on Sunday and can secure second place on the table with a win.

U11 Emerging Jets Boys (1st) Playing in the U12s Metropolitan State Youth League, the U11 Emerging Jets Boys are guaranteed to finish top of the table at the end of the regular season.

They have secured 11 wins and two draws while suffering only two defeats throughout the season, with a goal difference of +23.

They play Hunter Valley Football Sky at Wallarah Oval on Saturday.

All fixtures, results and ladder for the Northern NSW State Leagues can be found HERE.