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Captain Mark Wilson - has been named in England's training squad as they prepare for the upcoming autumn tests.

3rd April 2020

RFU Confirmed Newcastle Falcons’ promotion to the Gallagher Premiership for the 2020-21 season


Newcastle Falcons have had six players named in England Under-18s' squad
Discussion started by Falcona , 08 September, 2020 15:50
Newcastle Falcons have had six players named in England Under-18s' squad
Falcona 08 September, 2020 15:50
Newcastle Falcons have had six players named in England Under-18s' squad for their upcoming development camp. The 44-man squad has been split into north and south groups, with Falcons players Mark Dormer, Ewan Greenlaw, Louie Johnson, James Naylor, Guy Pepper and Oli Spencer joining up in York on September 26-27.

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Re: Newcastle Falcons have had six players named in England Under-18s' squad
GeordieFalcon 08 September, 2020 16:01
Yeah i saw this.

The academy production line is working overtime at the moment. Last year we had the biggest in take ever in to the academy, more again this year, the recent U18's (with many now in the senior academy) was reckoned to be an incredibly talented side, and now this lot in the squad.

It all bodes well for the future!

Just hope we play the style of rugby to get the best out of their talents!


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