This will go down in folklore as one of the greatest jerseys ever worn by the club. Not so much for it's design but for what what was achieved in it, not only the NSW Cup premiership victory over Wentworthville in extra time but the NRL State Championship victory over Burleigh Bears in the dying seconds. 2019 brought another name change to the competition, the oddly named 'Canterbury Cup NSW' after the clothing manufacturer. As a result the competition badge was updated with the CCC logo. The 'N' badge was changed back to a more plain shield but the biggest modification from the previous year was the move to having two separate sleeve sponsors. The John Singleton sponsorship continued again, however this year it had the former halfback from early 80's and icon Tommy Raudonikis' name on the sleeves, the other was a new sponsor 'Schofield King Lawyers'. Despite the potential to look overcrowded I actually think that it works OK, this is mainly because the 'Jets' badge was moved to the upper back a-la AFL styles along with the clubs foundation year on the back of the collar. The away jersey was the fourth year of the Jetman jersey being worn, with no real changes apart to the sponsors and the competition badge. The jersey in the middle is a players cut version but not match worn with #25 for former Kiwi International Greg Eastwood. Mid way through the season the club added the Cronulla Sharks' main sponsors logo 'ACE Durakote Gutters' to the top of the shoulders, not very clear from these pictures but it looks very viable on televised games, these sponsors are printed into the jersey. The second last jersey was a match worn and is complete with GPS pocket at the back and the ACE Durakote Gutters shoulder sponsors are heat pressed which aren't present on the #25 players cut jersey that I had got made up. Absolutely stoked to have a players jersey from the year that we were premiers and state champions. Bottom jersey is a players cut but not match worn away jersey, almost identical to the supporters version, just with the additional GPS pocket and the blue side panels.