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Waldouck expecting tough Warriors test

Centre Dom Waldouck is expecting a tough test in this weekend’s trip to Sixways Stadium, as Newcastle Falcons look to add further momentum to their good start to the season against Worcester Warriors on Sunday (KO 3pm) After taking a 13-18 win over Gloucester at Kingsholm last weekend, Waldouck and his team mates are focused on achieving more success this weekend, but are aware of the threats posed by a determined Warriors outfit. Speaking to Falcons TV he said, “It will be a big test, their side is littered with quality players, particularly in their back line where they have some potent attacking threats. “Sixways isn’t an easy place to go and though its going to be tough, we need to kick on after our result last weekend.

Falcons keep faith with same team for Worcester trip

Will Welch once again captains the side as Newcastle stick with the same team which defeated Gloucester 18-13 at Kingsholm last weekend. The only change to the match-day 23 sees David Wilson named on the bench just a week after re-joining his home town club from Bath, the 44-times-capped England prop having recovered from a minor calf strain.

Preview: Sale Sharks v Leicester Tigers

Form: Sale Sharks drew 34-all at Worcester on Saturday but their only victory in the opening four rounds of the Premiership was when they entertained Harlequins in Round 2. The Sharks have lost three of their last five matches at AJ Bell Stadium in all tournaments.

REPORT | Warriors 23-23 Gloucester

Warriors’ first Aviva Premiership home match of the season ended all square after an enthralling game at Sixways. Carl Hogg’s men put in an epic performance after being reduced to ten men midway through the second-half to pick up their first points of the season.

Book now for next home game

Match tickets are now on general sale to all supporters for Aviva Premiership the next home game, against Worcester Warriors as well as confirmed fixtures in the European Champions Cup and Anglo-Welsh Cup.

Sale fightback pleases Addison

Sale Sharks centre Will Addison admitted he was pleased to pick up three points from their dramatic draw with Worcester on Saturday. The post Sale fightback pleases Addison appeared first on

Watch Worcester at KP’s newest bar this Sunday

Newcastle Falcons are away to Worcester Warriors next Sunday (Oct 2nd) and with the new 1877 Bar now complete, fans are being invited to enjoy the game live on the big screen at the new venue. Located next to the Tap & Tackle in the East Stand clubhouse, the club believes the addition of 1877 bar means Kingston Park Stadium has one of the best facilities for supporters in club rugby and the perfect place to enjoy the game live on BT Sport, in the company of other members of the Falcons Family. The day will get underway from 12 Noon, with a happy hour running until 1pm with an official opening taking place at 12:50.

Worcester and Sale Sharks play to a draw

Worcester Warriors came from being 14 points behind to earn a 34-all draw with Sale Sharks in the Aviva Premiership. Worcester allowed Sale Sharks to make an almost perfect start as the visitors to Sixways were leading 5-17 after just 18 minutes. The hosts did however work their way back into the match and by […] The post Worcester and Sale Sharks play to a draw appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.

Sale salvage draw at Sixways

Sale fought back from being 31-17 down to salvage a 34-34 draw with Worcester in an enthralling Premiership clash at Sixways Stadium. The post Sale salvage draw at Sixways appeared first on

I’ve got my chance now Dean Ryan’s gone

Ryan Lamb is relishing his opportunity to lead Worcester’s attack after being brought in from the cold following Dean Ryan’s departure. Free-spirited Lamb has always endured a love-hate relationship with Ryan, who was suspicious of his maverick nature from the pair’s time together at Gloucester. However, having been restored to the starting No.10 jersey under […]

Worcester re-sign prop Schonert

Worcester tighthead prop Nick Schonert has committed his future to the Premiership club by signing a new deal to remain at Sixways. The post Worcester re-sign prop Schonert appeared first on

CAVALIERS 20 WANDERERS 45 Wandies score six in first win

With Jordan Onojaife, Tom Collins, Tom Kessell and Howard Packman all crossing the line before half time, a better second half from the hosts could not make up for the deficit and two more tries from the Wanderers secured them their first win over Worcester Cavaliers in Aviva ‘A’ League. A fine and dry Sixways was graced by a rejuvenated Wanderers side put 25 points on its hosts. The home side wer

Socino up for Citizen Try of the Week

The Argentinean centre dotted down in front of the South Stand from Sonatane Takulua’s offload during the first half of the 14-13 loss. Socino is shortlisted alongside Christian Wade and Danny Cipriani (Wasps), Lachlan Turner (Exeter Chiefs) and Niall Annett (Worcester Warriors). Supporters can vote for their winning try by clicking here until midnight on Wednesday, with the winner announced on Thursday at 3pm.

TEAM NEWS Wanderers squad announced for Worcester trip

The Wanderers are in Aviva ‘A’ League action this evening, taking on Worcester Cavaliers at Sixways (KO 7:30pm). Both teams are in the hunt for their first win of the campaign, the Wanderers having gone down to Newcastle at Kingston Park and Worcester losing to Sale Jets in week one. The Wanderers are largely unchanged from their trip to the north east, with Paul Hill coming into the front row to

Houston helps Bath beat Worcester Warriors

Returning Premiership player Leroy Houston scored a try to help Bath beat Worcester Warriors 37-22 at the Rec . Houston left Bath at the end of last season and returned to Australia where he has signed for Super Rugby side the Reds. Houston was loaned back to Bath as injury cover last week and scored […] The post Houston helps Bath beat Worcester Warriors appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.