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The Newtown Rugby League Football Club Song
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The Newtown Rugby League Football Club Song

Newtown Rugby League Football Club was formed on January 8, 1908, at an overflow public meeting in the Newtown Town Hall.

From the very beginning, Newtown became noted for its gritty, never-say-die spirit, and the ability to make the best of limited financial resources.

Newtown’s first Premiership in the NSW Rugby League was in 1910 before winning a second Premiership title in 1933.

The Premiership-winning team of 1943 was captained by the famous Frank “Bumper” Farrell (top right), arguably the club’s most outstanding identity in its colourful history.

The 1970s represented a crisis period for the beleaguered Newtown club although a concerted recruitment campaign in the late 1970s saw the Jets (their nick-name from 1973 onwards) improve their playing fortunes. The thrilling 1981 season saw an inspired charge into the Grand Final, sadly ending in a narrow defeat by Parramatta.

Ongoing financial difficulties led to Newtown being suspended from the NSW Rugby League Premiership in late 1983.

Newtown entered the NSWRL Metropolitan Cup competition in 1991 winning first grade Premiership titles in 1992, 1995, 1996 and 1997.

In 2000 Newtown sought and was granted admission to the NSWRL First Division competition (now known as the Canterbury Cup NSW) where they have competed ever since winning premierships in 2012 & 2019 as well as being runners-up in 2006, 2008 & 2018. In 2019 Newtown were also crowned NRL State Champions after their dramatic last gasp 20-16 victory over QLD Cup Premiers Burleigh Bears on NRL Grand Final Day .

This montage was put together by Jets supporter Greg Kay.

The Scrum
13 Men All Dressed In Blue
(The Newtown Rugby League Football Club Song)
Catalogue Number JETS001

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Newtown is coming,
Hear the Bluebags humming,
Newtown – NewtownNewtown is flying – there’ll be no denying
Newtown – Newtown

Thirteen men all dressed in blue,
Look out ’cause they’re coming through
Newtown – Newtown
Here’s the team that takes the field,
It’s the team that will not yield,
Bluebags hear the crowd – they’re roaring
Flashing, dashing, Blues are scoring

Newtown is coming,
Hear the Bluebags humming,
Newtown – Newtown
Newtown is flying – There’ll be no denying
Newtown – Newtown – Newtown!
(Words and music by Ricky May)

Did you know?
Ricky May wrote the words and music of the famous Newtown theme song in the early 1970s.

The song is played at every Henson Park home game to welcome Newtown players onto the field and to celebrate their tries.

Album Track Listing

  1. 13 Men All Dressed In Blue (Original Version)
  2. 13 Men All Dressed In Blue (Frenzal Rhomb Remix)
  3. 13 Men All Dressed In Blue (Southend feat. Tim Freedman Remix)