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A very Goode home win

By Leipziger
February 1 2016

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 victory. It’s never simple, but that’s why we love sport. Everyone thinks they know what’s going to happen, but until the final whistle, you never really know.   ... 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 >

Five thoughts from Irish v Newcastle

Five pints = five thoughts. Too bad it wasn't five points but one will have to do today. Some musings as I struggle to stay awake on the M6.... More >

Falcons upset the history books

The day was 25 October 2003.... More >

Strong show not enough against under-par Tigers

After fighting through strong winds and heavy rain on the M6, about midday yesterday Mrs L and I were just about to get to the M1 on the last leg of the trip to Leicester, when the... More >

Five thoughts from Newcastle v Saracens

A few very quick thoughts before I tackle the A1(M) and A66.... More >

Stalemate in the Salford rain

For only the second time in the past two years, the Falcons avoided defeat in a Premiership away game with a 15-15 draw at Sale today.  ... More >

Let there be light!

  The 55-7 defeat of Russian visitors Enisei STM is hard to put in perspective. We don’t really know how competitive a side they are, but they made Connacht work hard e... More >

Much-improved Falcons still left pointless

The Falcons put in by far their best performance of the season at Sixways yesterday but were unable to prevent Worcester taking a bonus-point 28-20 victory.   ... More >

Something is wrong

I left KP pretty quickly after full-time today, and when I got back to the car at Bank Foot station there was a gentleman pacing around.... More >