Bilambil Jets President Peter Rigney is looking forward to the new season.
Bilambil Jets President Peter Rigney is looking forward to the new season. Nolan Verhiej-Full

Jets ready for 2014 with new coaches, returning players

BILAMBIL Jets Rugby League Club looks set to shake up the Bycroft Cup this year, as new coaches are brought in and talented players return from injury.

Jets president Peter Rigney said the club would be aiming for the finals in all grades.

"This season we welcome coach Scott Cooke for A-grade and Steve Kirkham for the reserves," he said.

"The club has been successful for the past six years, with all grades making semis each year and many finishing in the top three teams. We thank the quality of our coaches and players for that."

Valued players Tim James and Wade Hall have been welcomed back to the fray, both returning to the game from injuries.

Rigney said the club had been consistently successful for the last six years and he hoped to ride that momentum.

"We need a few more helpers on game day, if anyone out there can help with FAO training or strapping," he said.

"We're also calling for any players who wish to join the club for a very successful year."

SAE Group and a host of other sponsors have stayed on to support the club for another season.

Phone Mr Rigney on 0407580708 to play or volunteer for the Jets.



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