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  1. Newcastle Thunder

    Is Wembley the only venue for the CC Final?

    The new deal has been signed for the next 10 years at Wembley That pretty much ends this discussion
  2. Newcastle Thunder

    Magic weekend confirmed in Liverpool

    Without wanting to repeat myself its got nothing to do with the RU game that is on the 11th of may and magic is two weeks after this, this is a SUPER LEAGUE decision
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    Magic weekend confirmed in Liverpool

    its got nothing to do with the RU European stuff being on, the football club, council and Thunder all wanted it but they decided on Liverpool. a year away will make people see they don't know what they have lost until its gone.
  4. Newcastle Thunder’s recruitment for the 2019 Betfred League 1 season has netted another high-quality international signing, with Misi Taulapapa joining the club from Featherstone Rovers. A Samoan international, Taulapapa brings a wealth of experience to Kingston Park, having played 33 times in the NRL with Cronulla Sharks and made over 230 appearances in the Betfred Championship with Sheffield Eagles and Rovers. Adept across the backline, he primarily operates at centre or on the wing and will be expected to be another strong on-field general for the Thunder. After starting out in rugby union Taulapapa switched codes in 2004, representing Marist Richmond Brothers in the Bartercard Cup before being picked up by the New Zealand Warriors for 2006. After three seasons with the Sharks, he moved to the UK and was originally set to be a Gateshead Thunder player, before the deal ultimately fell through during a difficult time for the club. He instead enjoyed five seasons at Sheffield before moving to Featherstone in 2016. Now set to play a key role in Thunder’s quest for promotion, it is a project Taulapapa is excited to be involved in. Taulapapa joins Mo Agoro, Jack Aldous, Jared Blanke, Keal Carlile, Jed Charlton, Rhys Clarke, Dan Coates, Liam Finn, Conor Fitzsimmons, Kieran Hudson, Sam Luckley, Remy Marginet, Liam McAvoy, Aaron Ollett, Liam Richmond, Alex Rowe, Niall Sidney, Evan Simons, David Weetman and Lewis Young in Thunder’s 2019 squad. Season tickets for the new campaign to watch these exciting players in action over 11 Betfred League 1 matches are on sale now, with prices starting from just £100 for adults. For more information on 2019 season tickets click here or to book click here call 0871 2266060 or visit the Kingston Park Stadium box office. Click on the video above and hear directly from Thunder’s latest signing on his move to the North East.
  5. Newcastle Thunder

    wakefield friendly

    Hi we we will be getting info out regarding hospitality packages for this game next week
  6. Newcastle Thunder

    Magic Weekend Clash?

    The fact the European Union finals are on the 11/12 May has no impact on Magic being held in Newcastle. The decision on where to take Magic Weekend is purely with Super League Europe
  7. Newcastle Thunder

    League 1,issues?

    the fixtures get announced around the same time every year, this year is no different, league 1 fixtures will be out 19th November.
  8. Newcastle Thunder

    Magic Weekend in Liverpool

  9. Newcastle Thunder

    NZ Test Series - ticket sales

    30,000 + Empty seats at a premier league game between two massive clubs, where’s the outcry? I blame the RFL for the lack of promotion ................
  10. Newcastle Thunder

    NZ Test Series - ticket sales

    So rather then everyone moan and complain, why doesn’t everyone make it their goal to get to one of the last two tests?
  11. Newcastle Thunder

    NZ Test Series - ticket sales

    There will be 20k ish there, stop crying if it was a sell out everyone would be booting off that it’s the RFL’s fault for not playing it at a bigger stadium just can’t win
  12. Newcastle Thunder

    Fan Experience Survey

    Hi Everyone, Newcastle Thunder are seeking any fans or away fans to help make our match day a better experience for fans, if you could take a couple of mins to fill this out and enter the draw to win a playing jersey Thanks
  13. In a week where the city launched its ambitious bid to host games in the 2021 Rugby League World Cup, Newcastle Thunder are giving a glimpse of how their team might look when the game’s biggest showcase might roll into town, with a large presence of North East players in this weekend’s 19-man squad. 10 of the players in contention to play this Sunday are products of Newcastle Thunder’s academy programme and North East community clubs, with Cramlington Rockets, Durham Demons, Gateshead Storm, Jarrow Vikings Peterlee Pumas and Wallsend Eagles all represented. Half of the 10 are current features of an ever-improving junior rank with Alex Clegg and Rory Nettleton in line to make the first team debuts, along with Adam Bielby, Ollie Gowing, and Jed Charlton who have already earned that progression. They join academy graduates Sam Luckley, Niall Sidney and David Weetman and are complemented by Ali Blair and Liam Scott who have come to Thunder via the Eagles. If including players who have come through North East structures via University rugby league, the figure rises to 12, with Lewis Young and Tom Shaw both learning their trade as part of Northumbria University’s structures before moving over to Kingston Park Stadium. It is a squad that continues to show the club’s commitment to establish itself as one that can develop local talent and progress that into a first team that is complimented with talented recruited from across the globe. Tickets to see Thunder’s Northern Powerhouse are available to purchase by clicking here calling 0871 2266060 or by visiting the Kingston Park Stadium box office. Advance prices are available until 23:59 on Saturday 22nd September, offering up to a £3 saving on match day ticket prices. Newcastle Thunder squad v West Wales Raiders – 23rd September 2018 – KO 3pm FROM Jack Aldous, Adam Bielby*, Ali Blair*, Jed Charlton*, Alex Clegg*, Tyler Craig, Ben Dent, Conor Fitzsimmons, Ollie Gowing*, Sam Luckley*, Remy Marginet, Rory Nettleton*, Liam Scott*, Tom Shaw, Vincent Rennie, Niall Sidney*, Evan Simons, David Weetman*, Lewis Young, * denotes North East player.
  14. Newcastle Thunder

    Newcastle 2019 League 1 favourites?

    As Donald Trump would say ......... Fake News
  15. Newcastle Thunder

    Liam Finn signs for Newcastle