Apr 8, 2007: Newcastle battled clear of the Guinness Premiership relegation dogfight to leave Northampton and Worcester scrapping it out with a hard-fought 16-7 victory over the Saints at Kingston Park today.
Apr 7, 2007: A late Eric Wilson penalty kick punctuated a second half comeback by Canada West to give them a tight 26-24 win in the opening round of the North American Four tournament at UBC's Thunderbird Stadium in Vancouver, BC Saturday.
Apr 6, 2007: The first match of the International Rugby Board's (IRB) North America 4 Tournament is set to take place on Saturday, April 7, at 1 p.m
Apr 5, 2007: Falcons fly half Jonny Wilkinson has spoken of the belief within the Newcastle squad, as they prepare for the Easter Sunday showdown with Northampton Saints at Kingston Park.
Apr 5, 2007: In what proved to be a very hard fought and physical game, the USA Men's U-19 Team defeated Russia, 6-0, in the first match of the IRB U-19 World Championships in Belfast Ireland, on Wednesday.
Apr 4, 2007: This season's County Championship is being used as a laboratory by the International Rugby Board to experiment with some new variations of the laws of the game.
Apr 4, 2007: Newcastle prospect Tim Visser has signed a new two-year deal with the Guinness Premiership club, keeping him at Kingston Park until the end of the 2008-2009 campaign.
Apr 3, 2007: The Border Reivers Action Group and Scottish Borders Council have urged supporters of professional club rugby in the region to protest on Friday at Murrayfield against the closure of Borders.
Apr 2, 2007: ERC have confirmed the dates and kick-off times of the 2006/2007 European Challenge Cup semi-finals.
Mar 31, 2007: Paul Turner expects his Newport Gwent Dragons to have "a torrid time" against Clermont Auvergne in next month's European Challenge Cup semi-finals.
Mar 30, 2007: Newcastle were knocked out of the European Challenge Cup at Parc des Sports Marcel-Michelin this evening when Clermont Auvergne held on for victory in a quarter-final that went all the way thanks to a stirring Falcons comeback.
Mar 30, 2007: Newcastle director of rugby John Fletcher revealed his players were "absolutely devastated" by their European Challenge Cup loss to Clermont Auvergne in France.
Mar 29, 2007: The United States would be the backbone of a proposed Super 20 Rugby World Series.
Mar 29, 2007: Newcastle Falcons has announced a return to Sunday rugby for the 2007/8 season.
Mar 28, 2007: There was joy for Warwick School but familiar heartache for Barnard Castle School in a superb Daily Mail Under-18 Schools Cup final at Twickenham today.
Mar 28, 2007: President Andy Irvine has revealed the Scottish Rugby Union considered withdrawing their support for the professional club game before deciding only to disband the Border Reivers.
Mar 27, 2007: Newcastle have secured England trio Toby Flood, Jamie Noon and Mathew Tait on new contracts.
Mar 26, 2007: Edinburgh chiefs tonight warned there could be "serious ramifications" if tomorrow's publication of the Scottish Rugby Union's review of top-level rugby reveals plans to drop one of the three professional sides.
Mar 24, 2007: Gloucester moved to the top of the Guinness Premiership as they ended their season at Kingsholm unbeaten in the league and left Newcastle in the relegation mire.