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The Last Two

By Monkey1
April 25 2016

  There has been a lot of discussion around the last two games of the season. We are still not mathematically safe, and what if London Irish do this, or Wasps do that! Harlequins could field a team of ground staff & juniors in some conspiracy against Newcastle Falcons. The reality is that our fate is in our own hands, and we shouldn’t be concerned about what other teams get up to. ... More >

Falcons win crucial relegation clash

A 13-6 win over London Irish means the Falcons have all but secured a fourth successive season in the Premiership for 2016/17.    ... More >

To win or not to lose

There is a theory that the human mind doesn’t recognise the word ‘no’. The logical consequence is that if you tell a child “Don’t slam the door!... More >

Reasons to be Cheerful, Part 3

  Those of you who are of  a certain age will have a familiar tune playing in your heads by now. Back in 1979 Britain was a dump, literally. Rubbish piled in the streets... More >

Origins of the Easter Egg

  We all take it for granted that at Easter we will munch our way through chocolate eggs, get fat, and then think about joining Weightwatchers, but how many of us know the ori... More >

Five thoughts from Newcastle v Worcester

A few things I’m thinking about as I enjoy some left-over pizza and a bottle of Brown Ale.    ... More >

Falcons come back to reality

In 2004/05, the Falcons won the first three games of the season and were top of the Premiership before travelling to Gloucester and returning with nothing.    ... More >

Out of the woods?

  Three wins out of five Premiership games so far in 2016, and a bonus point from each of the losses, gives us a bit of hope that we are now truly competitive in the league a... More >

A very Goode home win

For the third home game in a row, the Falcons took an early lead before the opposition recovered and went ahead in the second half – before a late fightback secured victor... More >

The jury has reconvened

Dean Richards has not always been the most popular figure on the Kingston Park terraces, mostly due to a poor Premiership win ratio. I’ve always been a supporter of his. ... More >

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