Tonga skipper Latu to join Newcastle Falcons

Tongan international skipper Nili Latu will join Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons this summer ahead of the 2015/16 Aviva Premiership season, a statement from the club has said. However, no details regarding the terms of the deal have been mentioned.

Newcastle Versus Saracens For The Aviva Premiership

Charlie Hodgson has been selected by Saracens to fly half for the Aviva premiership on Saturday to be against Newcastle Falcons held at Allianz Park.

Hodgson was fit though he made a late withdrawal in the last weekend they had lost to Sale Sharks. He is going to replace Alex Goode who will face Ireland on Sunday and is in the England team.

Newcastle Falcons confirm Brookes' departure

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons have confirmed that star man Kieran Brookes will move from the club to their domestic rivals and Aviva Premiership table toppers the Northampton Saints at the end of the season.

The Journey Of Newcastle Falcons Continues

Tom Penny continues to be a supporter of Newcastle. He is representing his hometown team which is a surreal experience for him. The rugby challenge has seen him participating with a zest of energy. As a start in his senior days he had scored two tries which came against Bucharest. He came back with a strong motivation. During his school days as well he used to be a supporter of the Falcons.

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Kurtley Beale Not To Be A Part of Wallabies

The Rugby Championship clash between Australia and Argentina is something that everyone is looking forward to especially because in the previous five matches Argentina has been defeated by Australia. Thus Argentina is going to try its level best to win the match against Australia on the 4th of October, 2014 which is going to be last match of the Rugby Championship 2014.
Kurtley Beale is not going to be a part of the Australian squad on Saturday because he had become involved in some verbal quarrel with a management staff member namely Di Patston.

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Leicester Tigers celebrations coming up in a while

Leicester Tigers has been one of the most successful clubs in the Rugby circuit of Great Britain. The club was set up in 1880; however they tasted success lately since the introduction of the premiership in 1987. The Tigers have created a major impact by appearing in nine consecutive finals and winning four out of them, taking their tally of trophies to 10 which are more than any other club in the circuit.

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Australian Rugby introduces innovations in scoring techniques

Australian Rugby is one of the leading forces in the rugby world and a greater part of it is due to the elaborate thought process planning and execution that goes behind each of the infrastructural and tactical decisions taken by the experts in the field. The newest innovation introduced by Australian Rugby Union through their chief Bill Pulver is the method of reducing points from penalties and drop goals in order to encourage try scoring. The radical experimentation is being done to ensure the kind of football that the country endorses which involves smart creative and running rugby.

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Plastic pitch to benefit game, says Newcastle Falcons lock MacLeod

Scottish lock forward Scott MacLeod says the new synthetic pitch that is set to be installed at Kingston Park ahead of the new season would be perfect for his running game.

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons have announced plans to move forward with the installation of plastic pitches at their home ground amidst fears that it will cause injury problems for the players, but MacLeod doesn’t believe it will have any negative impact on his game.

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MacLeod extends contract with Newcastle Falcons

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons have tied down lock forward Scott MacLeod to a new that sees the player pledge his short term future to the Kingston Park outfit.

This new contract, which will see the player turn out for the Falcons till the end of next season is seen somewhat as a coup for the club after it emerged that the player might be looking to leave the club for pastures anew for one last payday but he has now decided to stay with the club he has been with for the last couple of seasons.

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Richards philosophical about January window

Dean Richards, the Director of Rugby for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons is keeping a very cool head as the January transfer window, traditionally a time for opening contract agreements with players who contracts are winding down, begin to take place.
It has often turned out to be a month to dread for the fans of the club but the head coach of the club is being extremely philosophical about the window.

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