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Monday 4th March 16:42
Leinster have confirmed that they have signed Jimmy Gopperth from Newcastle on a two-year contract.
Tuesday 17th May 10:19
Newcastle's talismanic fly-half Jimmy Gopperth has called for relegation from the Aviva Premiership to be scrapped.
Tuesday 10th May 22:57
Northampton flanker Tom Wood was named the Aviva Premiership Player of the Season at the league's awards ceremony.
Thursday 21st April 14:44
Newcastle remain confident of Aviva Premiership survival ahead of the visit of Leicester on Friday.
Saturday 29th January 17:48
Two late penalties from Olly Barclay saw Bath clinch an 11-6 LV= Cup victory over Newcastle at the Recreation Ground on Saturday.
Friday 23rd April 22:25
Jimmy Gopperth starred as Newcastle defeated relegation rivals Sale to secure their place in next season's Guinness Premiership.
Thursday 1st April 09:53
Newcastle boss Steve Bates praised the efforts of Jimmy Gopperth after the fly-half helped the Falcons to a 25-13 win over Gloucester.
Wednesday 31st March 22:14
Newcastle Falcons boosted their Guinness Premiership survival hopes with a 25-13 victory over Gloucester at Kingston Park.
Wednesday 31st March 10:26
Newcastle Falcons fly-half Jimmy Gopperth insists his side can recover from Sunday's defeat at Saracens when they take on Gloucester.
Sunday 3rd January 18:44
A determined Newcastle ground out a 12-6 victory over Wasps in their Guinness Premiership clash at Adams Park on Sunday.
Sunday 4th October 17:54
Saracens regained the top spot in the Guinness Premiership with a 22-15 victory over Newcastle at Kingston Park on Sunday.
Wednesday 27th May 13:26
Jimmy Gopperth will team up with Newcastle in time for the start of the season after he negotiated an early release from North Harbour.
New Zealand may have swept the board at the recent World Rugby awards by winning team of the year, player of the year (Brodie Retallick) and coach of the year (Steve Hansen) but Ireland will feel pretty happy with their year too.
We look back on an exciting year of rugby with a World Cup win, a European double and the retirement of two icons of the game.
The biggest and toughest hits and tackles plus the best tries from the world of rugby union.
Read the thoughts and opinions of Phil Edwards with skysports.com