Newcastle 18-23 Saracens Falcons lose again but late try could prove crucialThe final whistle confirmed another defeat for Newcastle, a 14th in a row for Dean Richards’ side. It was greeted …
Saracens’ decision to rest some of their star names ahead of next week’s Heineken Cup semi-final paid off when the Aviva Premiership leaders edged Newcastle 23-18 at Kingston Park.
Saracens strengthened their position at the top of the Aviva Premiership table with a 23-18 victory over Newcastle at Kingston Park.
Newcastle moved eight points clear of bottom side Worcester after picking up a losing bonus point in their 18-23 loss to Saracens.
Saracens strengthened their place on top of the Aviva Premiership standings when they beat Newcastle Falcons 18-23 at Kingston Park on Sunday.
Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens claimed a 23-18 victory over Newcastle at Kingston Park with the home side snatching a vital bonus point in their battle against relegation.
A much-changed Saracens side beat Newcastle Falcons 23-18 at Kingston Park on Sunday
Try threatClermont select from astounding strength in the back three, with France wing Julien Malzieu fit to vie with Sitiveni Sivivatu and Noa Nakaitaci for a spot alongside the likely starters Lee Byrne and Napolioni Nalaga, the Fijian wing who is built like a tower block but moves like a Maserati. Tries have come easy to Saracens’ Chris Ashton in Europe this season and his total of nine is one short of the Heineken Cup record set by Brive flyer  Sébastien Carrat in 1996-97. As a unit, Ashton, Dave Strettle and Alex Goode rely on stealth whereas Clermont major in the explosive.Advantage: Clermont
Alex Goode returns to action for Saracens on Sunday— just 15 days after being knocked out in an horrific incident in Belfast.
After falling short before, including in last year’s final, the Clermont lock says his side are ready to claim a first Heineken Cup
‘Toughest player in rugby’ ready to put it all on the line again for Saracens against Clermont at Twickenham
The Saracens full-back talks about the horrific injury he suffered against Ulster which reignited the concussion debate but says he is still hoping to …
Bath 32-20 WorcesterMathematicians will have it otherwise, but Worcester all but left the Premiership on Saturday. Unless a much-changed Newcastle, who host table-topping Saracens on Sunday, make …
England hopeful Will Fraser returns for Premiership leaders Saracens on Sunday as he tries to relaunch his season following serious injury.
Team news as Newcastle host Saracens in Sunday’s Premiership fixture at Kingston Park (15:00 BST).
Adam Powell starts Easter Sunday’s Aviva Premiership clash against his former club Saracens as Newcastle Falcons look to bounce back.
‘The double-header is a good example of what can be built up over time: it is now a major part of our calendar,’ says the Premiership’s Mark McCafferty …
Adam Powell starts Easter Sunday’s Aviva Premiership clash against his former club Saracens as Newcastle Falcons look to bounce back.
Northampton’s starting team shows three personnel changes after earning a dramatic late bonus point at Saracens last weekend.
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