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.
Newcastle Falcons are currently enjoying a good pre-season run and have not yet tasted defeat. They feel that they are in better shape for the big opener against Sale Sharks. Dean Richard’s side has completed an array of new sign-ups this season and this has bolstered the bench strength of the Falcons.
The new sign ups have also shown their mettle and have made their mark in the pre-season clashes. Evan Olmstead, the Canadian lock, has scored in both the matches that he has featured. The injured Samoan Sinoti is match fit and is ready to enter the field.
The Newcastle Falcons are looking to get the best of their talented bunch of homegrown players and this is what they are concentrating on this season. Having Opeti Fonua, the Tongan power player, in the Falcons team is a big boost for the team. Every new sign up and the current bunch of home players are all gelling together very well.
The addition of popular Fiji player Vereniki Goneva has further boosted and strengthened the Falcons rugby team. The Falcons are practicing very hard and badly want to beat the Sale Sharks on their season opener. They have the Premiership title in their sight and by winning the opener they would have taken a step closer towards achieving their goal.