2020 the season that wasn't thanks to the global pandemic, on the plus side the Jets were undefeated in this jersey after the round one 32-12 win over Souths at Redfern Oval. For the first time in nine years there was a change to the front of jersey with Sydney Credit Union merging with another credit union to form Sydney Mutual Bank who have taken on board the major sponsors position and Petersham RSL updated/modernised their sponsorship design this year for the first time in 20 years, they did sponsor the club under the @newtown banner from 2003 to 2006. The lower back sponsor was replaced with Deicorp and the John Singleton sleeve sponsorship continues, this time with Ken Wilson cutting through the sleeve stripes, the location has been swapped over with Schofield King Lawyers taking a more prominent position on the upper sleeve. On the players jerseys the Jets badge has been moved to the top of shoulder to accommodate the Petersham RSL additional logo on the upper back. On the supporters versions of the jerseys there's no Jets badge due to the way that they're manufactured. After four seasons the Jet Man jersey design has been replaced by a simple reverse of the home jersey design, which hasn't been seen since 2013. The white away jersey has all the same sponsors in all the same positions but it looks so much cleaner and less cluttered to the Sydney Mutual sponsorship being incorporated into the design rather than being inside a large box like the home jersey. Also as customary in recent years the away jersey has the 'Jets' badge as point of difference. Middle jersey is Wesley Lolo's match worn jersey from the game against Souths. These next two jerseys are manufacturers prototypes that I've been very lucky to get hold of for the collection. The first one is very unique as it has white sleeves, looking at the design my guess that it would have been put to the club as a alternate design to be used in conjunction with the traditional home jersey. What I do love about it is the main sponsors logo integration, think it looks so much cleaner and less cluttered. The jersey on the bottom is the design that was used by the players with the exception of the update to the sleeve sponsor, from Tommy Raudonikis to Ken Wilson.