2018 brought a few changes to the overall design. The 'N' badge was tailored to look slightly more elegant. The sleeve sponsor was an interesting one, while it's still John Singleton as the sponsor the jerseys had his good mate and long time player and coach Col Murphy on the sleeves. While I'd love to say the jersey on the top is a prototype/one-off with the look towards having a blue collar on the Jets jersey moving forward, sadly it's not that exciting, it's simply a manufacturing mistake. In saying that, I actually like the blue collar on this jersey as something a bit different. This is the third year that the Jetman jersey was used and only difference from 2017 was the Col Murphy on the sleeve rather than John Singleton. Mid way through the season the lower back sponsor was Petersham RSL replaced with 'The Siding' which is a residential development owned by Petersham RSL club, the #25 jersey was worn during the first half of the season before the change in sponsors on the back. The bottom jersey was a players cut complete with GPS pocket as worn in the grand final loss against Canterbury at Leichhardt Oval, complete with #17 for Wes Lolo who was a bit of a favourite player of mine.