Matt Burke

Burke calls it a day
Thursday 29th May 09:30

Newcastle full-back Matt Burke has announced his retirement having failed to recover fully from a knee injury.

Burke set for new deal offer
Wednesday 7th November 13:38

Newcastle are to hold talks with veteran full-back Matthew Burke with a view to extending his stay at Kingston Park beyond this season.

Burke back for Wallabies?
Wednesday 2nd May 14:53

We were lucky - Smith
Friday 22nd September 23:24

London Irish boss Brian Smith was relieved to leave Kingston Park with the points.

December award for Burke
Wednesday 18th January 11:28

Matt Burke and Ian McGeechan have picked up December's Player and Coach awards.

Burke inspires Falcons
Sunday 1st January 17:00

Matt Burke scored 16 points as Newcastle beat Worcester 21-15.

Wallaby Burke set for return
Thursday 22nd December 12:25

Matt Burke will start for Newcastle Falcons in their Premiership showdown with Leeds.

Sarries continue good form
Sunday 20th November 17:00

Saracens overcame Newcastle Falcons 27-18 with a fine performance at Vicarage Road.

Flying Falcons sink Sharks
Sunday 2nd October 15:30

Newcastle wracked up five tries to beat Sale 34-9 at Kingston Park.

Bath win at last against Falcons
Sunday 25th September 17:00

Bath staged a second-half comeback to beat the Newcastle Falcons 27-16.

Burke Blunder costs Falcons
Sunday 11th September 17:00

Matthew Burke missed a last minute conversion to hand Bristol victory.

Features

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

The Off Load: The best and worst from the world of rugby

Trouble is brewing in Toulouse as Clermont Auvergne inflict another loss on the giants of French rugby.

Stuart Lancaster underlines the importance of pride as England Rugby launch new kit

Stuart Lancaster underlines the importance of pride as England Rugby launch new kit

Heritage and passion are very much at the heart of Stuart Lancaster’s coaching philosophy and the England head coach has once again underlined the significance of the Red Rose.

Thinus Delport, Sean Fitzpatrick, Michael Lynagh and Gonzalo Camacho react to the Rugby Championship

Thinus Delport, Sean Fitzpatrick, Michael Lynagh and Gonzalo Camacho react to the Rugby Championship

New Zealand remain top of the Rugby Championship after beating South Africa 14-10 in Wellington on Saturday.

Experts & Blogs

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