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  1. On Friday night Newcastle Thunder kick off rugby league’s big weekend in the North East as the Dacia Magic Weekend takes place at St James’ Park. The countdown is on to Newcastle Thunder’s biggest game of the year, as the club gears up to welcome York City Knights to Kingston Park Stadium on Friday September 3rd (KO 19:45). With the stadium less than 20 minutes away from Newcastle city centre via the Tyne & Wear Metro rail system, it’s easy to get to and will be a great way for fans to start their rugby league weekend. The round 20 Betfred Championship clash will provide Thunder the opportunity to again act as curtain raiser to the ever-popular event. Thunder general manager Jordan Robinson said: “The Friday night matches before the Magic Weekend have always been excellent evenings and we’re working hard to make sure this year is no exception.” Thunder have also confirmed that advanced ticket prices will apply up until 5pm on match-day, allowing supporters every opportunity to save £5 on the cost of adult and concession prices, meaning tickets for the Magic Night Out are available to purchase now prices at £15 adults, £10 concessions and £5 Under 16s. To purchase a ticket please visit our website: https://www.eticketing.co.uk/newcastle-falcons/EDP/Event/Index/1632 Award winning hospitality is also available for the game at £50 for adults and £25 for under 16s. Contact helen.scott@newcastle-falcons.co.uk for further details. #MagicNightOut #MagicFriday
  2. On Friday night Newcastle Thunder kick off rugby league’s big weekend in the North East as the Dacia Magic Weekend takes place at St James’ Park. The countdown is on to Newcastle Thunder’s biggest game of the year, as the club gears up to welcome York City Knights to Kingston Park Stadium on Friday September 3rd (KO 19:45). With the stadium less than 20 minutes away from Newcastle city centre via the Tyne & Wear Metro rail system, it’s easy to get to and will be a great way for fans to start their rugby league weekend. The round 20 Betfred Championship clash will provide Thunder the opportunity to again act as curtain raiser to the ever-popular event. Thunder general manager Jordan Robinson said: “The Friday night matches before the Magic Weekend have always been excellent evenings and we’re working hard to make sure this year is no exception.” Thunder have also confirmed that advanced ticket prices will apply up until 5pm on match-day, allowing supporters every opportunity to save £5 on the cost of adult and concession prices, meaning tickets for the Magic Night Out are available to purchase now prices at £15 adults, £10 concessions and £5 Under 16s. To purchase a ticket please visit our website: https://www.eticketing.co.uk/newcastle-falcons/EDP/Event/Index/1632 Award winning hospitality is also available for the game at £50 for adults and £25 for under 16s. Contact helen.scott@newcastle-falcons.co.uk for further details. #MagicNightOut #MagicFriday
  3. On Friday night Newcastle Thunder kick off rugby league’s big weekend in the North East as the Dacia Magic Weekend takes place at St James’ Park. The countdown is on to Newcastle Thunder’s biggest game of the year, as the club gears up to welcome York City Knights to Kingston Park Stadium on Friday September 3rd (KO 19:45). With the stadium less than 20 minutes away from Newcastle city centre via the Tyne & Wear Metro rail system, it’s easy to get to and will be a great way for fans to start their rugby league weekend. The round 20 Betfred Championship clash will provide Thunder the opportunity to again act as curtain raiser to the ever-popular event. Thunder general manager Jordan Robinson said: “The Friday night matches before the Magic Weekend have always been excellent evenings and we’re working hard to make sure this year is no exception.” Thunder have also confirmed that advanced ticket prices will apply up until 5pm on match-day, allowing supporters every opportunity to save £5 on the cost of adult and concession prices, meaning tickets for the Magic Night Out are available to purchase now prices at £15 adults, £10 concessions and £5 Under 16s. To purchase a ticket please visit our website: https://www.eticketing.co.uk/newcastle-falcons/EDP/Event/Index/1632 Award winning hospitality is also available for the game at £50 for adults and £25 for under 16s. Contact helen.scott@newcastle-falcons.co.uk for further details. #MagicNightOut #MagicFriday
  4. On Friday 3 September the Magic Weekend kicks off at Kingston Park Stadium with the BetFred Championship Round 20 match between Newcastle Thunder vs York City Knights. With the stadium less than 20 minutes away from Newcastle city centre via the Tyne & Wear Metro rail system, it’s easy to get to and will be a great way for fans to start their rugby league weekend. With multiple bars, a great food offering and a party atmosphere generated by the Bavarian Stompers Band pre and post-game it will be a famous Geordie night! The game itself is always a closely fought battle with the reverse fixture earlier in the season decided by just two points. Book on or before Wednesday 1st September and get tickets at discounted rates (Adults £15/Kids £5). Go to www.thunderrugby.co.uk and to secure tickets. Award winning hospitality is also available for the game at £50 for adults and £25 for under 16s. Contact helen.scott@newcastle-falcons.co.uk for further details.
  5. On Friday 3 September the Magic Weekend kicks off at Kingston Park Stadium with the BetFred Championship Round 20 match between Newcastle Thunder vs York City Knights. With the stadium less than 20 minutes away from Newcastle city centre via the Tyne & Wear Metro rail system, it’s easy to get to and will be a great way for fans to start their rugby league weekend. With multiple bars, a great food offering and a party atmosphere generated by the Bavarian Stompers Band pre and post-game it will be a famous Geordie night! The game itself is always a closely fought battle with the reverse fixture earlier in the season decided by just two points. Book on or before Wednesday 1st September and get tickets at discounted rates (Adults £15/Kids £5). Go to www.thunderrugby.co.uk and to secure tickets. Award winning hospitality is also available for the game at £50 for adults and £25 for under 16s. Contact helen.scott@newcastle-falcons.co.uk for further details.
  6. On Friday 3 September the Magic Weekend kicks off at Kingston Park Stadium with the BetFred Championship Round 20 match between Newcastle Thunder vs York City Knights. With the stadium less than 20 minutes away from Newcastle city centre via the Tyne & Wear Metro rail system, it’s easy to get to and will be a great way for fans to start their rugby league weekend. With multiple bars, a great food offering and a party atmosphere generated by the Bavarian Stompers Band pre and post-game it will be a famous Geordie night! The game itself is always a closely fought battle with the reverse fixture earlier in the season decided by just two points. Book on or before Wednesday 1st September and get tickets at discounted rates (Adults £15/Kids £5). Go to www.thunderrugby.co.uk and to secure tickets. Award winning hospitality is also available for the game at £50 for adults and £25 for under 16s. Contact helen.scott@newcastle-falcons.co.uk for further details.
  7. Bradford travel up to Newcastle to face Thunder on 14/08, KO 17:00. We are looking forward to seeing you all here. Hospitality is only £50 for adults and £25 for children, a great offer to make this occasion more memorable! Food and drink on for all around the stadium! Prior to kick off we have two games on a Thunder U19 game and the League Cup Final
  8. On Friday 3 September the Magic Weekend kicks off at Kingston Park Stadium with the BetFred Championship Round 20 match between Newcastle Thunder vs York City Knights. With the stadium less than 20 minutes away from Newcastle city centre via the Tyne & Wear Metro rail system, it’s easy to get to and will be a great way for fans to start their rugby league weekend. With multiple bars, a great food offering and a party atmosphere generated by the Bavarian Stompers Band pre and post-game it will be a famous Geordie night! The game itself is always a closely fought battle with the reverse fixture earlier in the season decided by just two points. Book on or before Wednesday 1st September and get tickets at discounted rates (Adults £15/Kids £5). Go to www.thunderrugby.co.uk and to secure tickets. Award winning hospitality is also available for the game at £50 for adults and £25 for under 16s. Contact helen.scott@newcastle-falcons.co.uk for further details. More information to follow....
  9. Bradford travel up to Newcastle to face Thunder on 14/08, KO 17:00. We are looking forward to seeing you all here. Hospitality is only £50 for adults and £25 for children, a great offer to make this occasion more memorable! Food and drink on for all around the stadium! Prior to kick off we have two games on a Thunder U19 game and the League Cup Final
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