Thursday 7 June 2015 will see your Newcastle Knights taking on american touring side USA Athletes International in a friendly.
Faceoff is 1900 at Longbenton.
As we approach the opening ceremony tonight, we’re running out of time for our previews, so here’s Scotland.
Welcome back to another season here at nutlax.com. As with every new season, we’re rolling out “all of the old favourites”, and as a precursor to “all of the old favourites “, Higg has a look at what this season may have in store for the Knights.
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This weekend sees a north east double header, as established teams from the North West cross the Pennines to do battle with the mighty Novocastrians.
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Thursday 1 March saw NEMLA confirm the outstanding games through to the end of the season. This announcement contained (sadly) very little alliteration.
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By – Sour
Due to various circumstances (e.g. me breaking my hand amongst others) this season has seen a dreadful drop in standards with regards to match reports. Last season may have been the zenith in both terms of quantity and quality of website related news, views, opinions, whimsical speculation and interviews, but this season shall not slide into ignominy.
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No snappy titles, no witty turns of phrase merely the cold hard facts.
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Firstly Apologies for the lateness of this and the lack of some summing up from last season that was promised, but what can I say? I Forgot.
So here we are the 2011-12 season and in NEMLA Premier 2 to boot. As such, we should be in for at the very least an interesting year going to new places (Mellor, Old Stops, Poynton and Nottingham) and not going to Hull.
After the jump we'll have a very brief and unscientific look at what Prem 2 might hold for us this year.
This Sunday sees this season’s first run out for the Lady Knights (aka Ladies) as they head to Liverpool (surprise, surprise) for the West London Tournament (actually a surprise). Having had their original first run-out against Lancaster postponed due to the weather, this is an opportunity for the Ladies to show what progress they’ve made since the summer’s Plate winning trip to Bluesfest.
Previews, match reports and general musings from the Toon and beyond.