The home ground of Newcastle United is all set to host the team of England Rugby when they take on Italy right before the World Cup 2019 in Japan. The St James Park will soon host England for a warm-up game of a Rugby world cup in the next summer. Newcastle Falcons did show the […]
According to the Ally Hogg, the Newcastle Falcons are well prepared to attack the season of new Aviva Premiership after savoring the double dose of victory in last weekend.
The back-rower of Scotland scored a try and also captained the side in home victory of their 49-19 over Nottingham, and it was in less than an hour after the team Falcons defeated semi-finalists of Championship Doncaster Knights by 31-8.
Hawks emerged victors at the Passmore Oval where they won 20-18. One of the best players in the game for Hawks was SamiPaulsson, a Swede.
It was his fourth game so far in the top grade. However, he had played a season at Stewart’s Melville Rugby Club in the Scottish second division in Edinburgh before arriving in Newcastle.
Newcastle Falcons have signed up a forward pair who will be part of the team next season.
The signings comprise of Gary Graham and Sami Mavinga who is Lyon prop. Gary is a flanker from Jersey Reds. New contracts have also been confirmed for Chris Harris as center and Jon Welsh as a prop. With four new players the team will have a well equipped forward pack
Ben Kay believes that the Eddie Jones led side will witness the set piece lift off being demanded by the England coach with the return of George Kruis for this RBS Six Nations.
Kruis suffered a broken Cheekbone on Christmas Eve when his club side, Saracens went head-on with Newcastle. With a definite progress made in his recovery, Kay reckons that he and the rest of the England lineout can go onto greater heights.
Director of Rugby for the Newcastle Falcons, Dean Richards has said that the growing number of academy talents currently at first team level is enough proof that players are given several chances to impress.
In different competitions so far this season, Newcastle Falcons have handed debuts to some of the players, including Brett Connon and Callum Chick.
The successful trial of center Fred Burdon has resulted in the Newcastle Falcons, providing him with a permanent contract with the club. He came through the Falcons academy and had stints for Yorkshire Carneige and Doncaster Knights before coming to Newcastle in August. Burdon will get involved with the team very soon and would be […]
The England national rugby team is ahead of the meeting in the 1st test of the series of autumn on 12th November at Twickenham. Eddie Jones, the head coach is preparing his team for a grand encounter with none other than the Springboks as England has not made very good records with them over the last few years.
The coach said that they have not defeated them and hence it is a big task for his team. The intentions of Jones are quite clear. He wants his team of 23 players to work harder. He began the fitness regime in the month of January as he stated that there was a requirement to increase the percentage of fitness levels by upto 20 percent.
The Aviva Premiership is round the corner and Newcastle Falcons are ready for their season opener against Sale Sharks. This rugby game will be played on September 2. Newcastle is excited about the game and are preparing really hard for their Avivia Premiership opener.
The Premiership opening game for the Falcons will be played at the Kingston Park Stadium. There is no doubt that the Falcons would be looking for huge crowd support on September 2 to help them to kick start their new campaign this season in style.