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By Monkey1
May 19 2015

  The Supporters Club are hoping that the growing crowds at Kingston Park and highest season ticket sales for many years will see more followers of the Falcons taking part in club events & away games travel next season. There is a definite feeling around the club that things are heading in the right direction, and the Supporters Club is planning to cater for the growing interest next sea... More >

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