Sharks to face Falcons and Saints in March Friendlies 

The Gallagher Premiership might be taking a break during the Guinness Six Nations, but while the boys are away, Your Sharks will be in friendly action against two league rivals. 

First up, Al’s men face northern rivals Newcastle Falcons at home on Friday 8th March (KO 7.45pm) and then the following week (Friday 15th March), the lads travel to Northampton to face the current Premiership leaders at the cinch Stadium at Franklin’s Gardens (KO 7.45pm). 

Alex Codling’s young Falcons will be out to settle a score when they head to Manchester having put up a brave show when they visited the Salford Stadium in November.  

The Sharks secured a 40-22 win, but the game was firmly in the balance until late tries from Sam James and Tom Roebuck saw them home. 

Tickets for that fixture start at 15 pounds for adults and five pounds for juniors but if you’re a season ticket holder, entry to the game is free.  

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Northampton beat Sale 21-17 in a thrilling clash when the two clubs last met at the end of December, but it was the Sharks who were victorious (20-15) over the men in Black, Green and Gold on the opening weekend of the campaign at the Salford Stadium.  

So, with both fixtures decided by less than a score so far this season, March’s tie is set to be another cracker. 

Sharks season ticket holders will get free admission to this match, and to attend you need to request your tickets by midnight on Sunday 21st of January. You’ll find a link to request your tickets on an email that has been sent to you. 

If you want to be seated with family or friends who are season ticket holders, then only one person needs to complete the form on everyone else’s behalf. If you wish to buy any additional tickets then there’s a section to complete to request those. 

Both fixtures are provided free of charge to season ticket holders in place of the 15th game lost when the league was reduced to ten teams. 

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