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  1. As a Gateshead/Newcastle Thunder supporter since day one, we have been there and progressed - hope you can - well done on your first win
  2. Just back from the Thunder -West Wales game. As a Thunder fan I want to give the west wales team a pat on the back- they never gave in and tried to the end. A few years a go we (Thunder) were in the same position, it takes time so all the best at keeping the Rugby League flag flying in South Wales dig in you’ll get there.
  3. From little acorns grow big trees, most teams start this way - so all the best going forward.
  4. Happy Christmas & a Happy New Year to all involved - Owner, Coaches, Players and Supporters. Hope 2019 brings us success.
  5. I'm actually a Newcastle Thunder supporter since Super league days, as I live here but from Hull and proud to be a Red and White b.....
  6. Further to my message earlier, isn't it time we all supported each other instead of criticising. I want to see this great game prosper at all levels and bickering among our selves is not a good image.
  7. Doing their best through trying circumstances, good luck with your future endeavours. As Thunder supporter (from day one) We have been where you are, keep your chins up - things will improve.
  8. Good squad let's hope they do the business.
  9. RIP Malcolm your wit and dedication to the game will be missed. Condolences to the family.
  10. Squad shaping up nicely - I have withdrawal symptoms already. Thunder for promotion?
  11. One of nature's gentlemen - get well soon Shaun, thinking of you and the family.
  12. Again good signing - welcome back Alex - exciting times.
  13. Newcastle (Kingston Park) showing game in the Tap and Tackle bar.
  14. Just caught up on this thread, I was involved with Sunderland City and we were the oldest and longest running team in the North-East. Unfortunately we had to disband through lack of commitment from some players and having to rely on Union players to make up the numbers, plus due to the age of the people running the team it eventually ended up with one chap doing all of the organising. When the team was first formed and for many years after we played in the York Sunday league and although we struggled at times with player numbers we for-filled all fixtures and the players we had only played League. Unfortunately when that League disappeared we struggled for fixtures until a North-East league was formed. and games moved to the summer, then some of our players went to play Union during the Winter and because the seasons overlapped we ended with few players for the start of our season. The Rockets are doing a wonderful job, and by developing the sport at junior level (which in my opinion is the right way forward) hopefully Rugby League will become their first choice sport and maybe then proceed to play Open age rugby.
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