Jets Youth in seventh heaven

A five-goal haul from Kale Bradbery helped the Jets Youth team secure a 7-2 victory over Valentine FC on Saturday.

A five-goal haul from striker Kale Bradbery helped the Newcastle Jets Youth team secure a 7-2 victory over Valentine FC in Round 10 of the NBN State League at Cahill Oval on Saturday.

It wasn-t all one-way traffic for the Jets however, with Newcastle falling behind 2-0 to early goals from Valentine-s Scott McGinley and Nick Hills.

Nick Cowburn got one back for the Jets, finding the back of the net with a pinpoint free-kick, before Bradbery squared the ledger with a neat finish.

Bradbery then converted from the penalty spot to give the Jets a 3-2 lead going into the half-time interval.

Bradbery completed his hat-trick shortly after the break with another successful effort from the penalty spot. Further adding to Valentine-s woes, the foul in the lead-up saw Alex Burrell sent off, subsequently reducing the home side to 10 men.

The Jets capitalised of the numerical advantage, with Bradbery netting his fourth goal of the contest after a nice interchange with Radovan Pavicevic.

Luke Remington scored the Jets- sixth, before Bradbery completed the rout with the Jets- seventh of the game coming in stoppage time.

Newcastle Jets Youth 7 (Bradbery 5, Cowburn, Remington) Valentine FC 2 (McGinley, Hills)

Emerging Jets results June 8 and June 9: NBN State League 23s U18 Emerging Jets 2 defeated Valentine FC 1.

NBN State League 19s U16 Emerging Jets 4 defeated Valentine FC 2.

NBN State League 17s U15 Emerging Jets 1 drew with Valentine FC 1.

Women-s Premier League First Grade U18 Emerging Jets Girls 5 defeated Football Mid North Coast 1.

Women-s Premier League 18s U15 Emerging Jets Girls 3 defeated Football Mid North Coast 0.

State Championships The U10 and U11 Emerging Jets took part in the State Championships in Coffs Harbour over the course of the weekend.

Playing up an age in the U12s age group, the U11 Emerging Jets finished in first place with five wins and two losses from their seven games.

Playing up an age in the U11s age group, the U10 Emerging Jets finished in fourth place with three wins, three draws and one loss from their seven matches.