Jets Youth coach Labinot Haliti says he will carry with him a special bond with his players and the club after his final game in charge on Saturday.
Haliti, 33, will join the Western Sydney A-League coaching staff after the Jets Youth take on Broadmeadow.
In just his second season of NPL coaching, the former Jets and Wanderers forward has steered the youth team to third spot after eight games.
Haliti said he would give all he could to the players this week and he'd always be grateful for the opportunity the club gave him to kick-start his coaching career.
** Broadmeadow and Lambton Jaffas took funds raised for the Westpac Rescue Helicopter Service past $40,000 with $8400 generated at their fifth annual Elders Charity Shield on Sunday.
Steve Cucumanovski, from Newcastle Football and Elders Real Estate Lambton, has been a driving force behind the initiative, which included a memorabilia auction at the Duke Hotel post-game that raised over $3000.
** Edgeworth got the points against Valentine on Sunday but Bailey Garland reminded them what they are missing this season.
Garland scored with a perfectly hit free kick in the 3-1 loss to give him four goals in six games for Phoenix. All have been strikes from the edge of the box or beyond.
Garland emerged as a talent with Edgeworth last season but left before this campaign when work interfered with training.
"He scored a few for us like that so we knew what he could do," Eagles coach Damian Zane said.
"That's why it was frustrating to lose him when work got in the road."