The Jets took to the bowling greens at Club Macquarie for an afternoon of lawn bowls following training last Saturday.
The Hunter Ports Newcastle Jets took to the bowling greens at Club Macquarie for an afternoon of team bonding following training last Saturday.
The Jets tried their hand at lawn bowls, with defender Taylor Regan revealing that some squad members had trouble adjusting to the intricacies of the sport.
“We thought Bridgey (Michael Bridges) might be decent considering he is in the right age bracket to play bowls, but his kids were actually better than him,” Regan joked.
“Chappo (Connor Chapman) and Hooley (Andrew Hoole) couldn-t figure out which side the bowls were weighted on and kept bowling the wrong bias.
“It was a good afternoon though and a good chance for all the boys to spend some time together away from the football pitch."
While Chapman may have struggled on the greens, the central defender proved to be the fastest on the track when the Jets visited Go Karts Go in Broadmeadow for another team session two weeks prior.
CLICK HERE to watch the Jets hit the track at Go Karts Go.