Newcastle Jets players Radovan Pavicevic, Lachlan Jackson and Themba Muata-Marlow took time out after training on Tuesday to visit kids at the John Hunter Children’s Hospital (JHCH).Each season the Jets spend time visiting JHCH as part of the club’s ‘Jet Well’ program supported by official partner Slater and Gordon Lawyers.
Jet Well is an important aspect of the overarching Jets: Connect Community Program fuelled by the Greater Building Society.
Together, Pavicevic, Jackson and Muata-Marlow took part in the first JHCH visit of the season.
Throughout the Hyundai A-League 2015/16 and 2016/17 seasons Newcastle Jets players and staff will make a minimum of five visits to JHCH to help brighten days.
Moreover, JHCH will receive complimentary tickets for each Newcastle Jets home game throughout the next two campaigns to provide free of charge to kids and their families.