Falcons U18 to play on Blaydon RFC AGP this Saturday

Newcastle Falcons Under-18s are in action this Saturday 19th January when they take on Worcester Warriors Under-18s.

The game is at Blaydon RFC with a 2pm kick-off, entry is free of charge.

Hull RUFC 16, Blaydon 14 – Blaydon secure a losing bonus point at Hull RUFC

North Premier league 2nd place still a possibility for Blaydon.

  • Blaydon lose at Hull RUFC but secure a bonus point for points difference being less than 7
  • Billingham win at Sandal but don’t secure try bonus point., so their lead is 4 points.
  • Billingham still have to play Hull RUFC on 6th April
  • Blaydon go to Billingham on the 9th February.

It’s not just about these games, there are good sides in this league that will have a say in 2nd place, but It does look like the race for 2nd will go all the way to end of the season.

Get behind the team


Match report: Hull  16   Blaydon  14

Blaydon travelled to league leaders Hull for their first game in 2019 and went mightily close to reversing the narrow defeat they had suffered in the earlier meeting at Crow Trees. The home side took the field on the back of a 13 match winning sequence but were rocked by conceding a first minute try and at the whistle were hanging onto a 2 point advantage with Blaydon hammering away at their try line.
Overall Hull just about deserved their win on the balance of play but this was an impressive performance by Blaydon who were on top for some long spells.
Hull kicked off and immediately found themselves 7 points adrift when Blaydon caught the ball and moved it quickly through the hands and up to the home 22 where Jack Davidson was given possession, the second row forward outstripping the cover defence to touch down and make it a sensational start. Fly half Jamie Guy landed the conversion and no Hull player had yet touched the ball.
When the home side did get going considerable pressure was applied in the Blaydon 22 and the scores were levelled when Hull winger Keane Naylor was bundled over the line and influential fly-half Simon Humberstone added the extras.
Blaydon were almost in again when Harry Borthwick went clear only to be recalled for a forward pass but then some tremendous defence was needed to keep out the Hull forwards who were encamped in the 22.
By the interval Humberstone had edged Hull in front by 10 points to 7 with his second penalty, and was on target again in the 58th minute. Despite all the Hull pressure however their line breaks had been few and far between and going into the final quarter Blaydon were becoming the dominant force.
With the visitors in charge at the line-outs and the more positive in the loose a second try was secured when Guy kicked a penalty to the corner. Good possession was driven on by the pack and skipper Keith Laughlin rumbled over to make it 13-12 with Guy then kicking Blaydon into the lead.
Inevitably it seemed yet another Humberstone penalty gave the advantage back to Hull but it was the visitors who were closest to scoring in the final minutes.
John Brennan


Festive Rugby – Blaydon XV v Ryton XV 2nd leg is now Saturday

The two traditional festive ‘friendly’ games between Blaydon XV & Ryton XV, start at Ryton on Boxing Day 1pm KO

Return leg is Saturday 29th,  1pm KO at Blaydon

Great event to walk off the Christmas dinner….



Merry Christmas from Blaydon RFC

We would like to wish all our players, supporters, customers, staff and  suppliers a very Merry Christmas from Blaydon RFC. 

Bar opening times over the holiday:

Christmas Eve & Christmas Day – Closed

Boxing Day – open Noon til late

New Year’s Eve – open 6pm until festivities are over at our New Years Party

New Years Day – Closed


Mark Wilson continues in the backrow, moving back to 8, for the last Autumn International against Australia

Congratulations Mark, keep up the great work rate.

All at Blaydon are with you….


#weartherose 🌹

#carrythemhome 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿


Mark Wilson has deservedly been selected for the 3rd Autumn International against Japan

Mark has been selected at openside for the game on Saturday

Best wishes from Blaydon Rugby, do us proud, again!





Congratulations to Mark Wilson starting at 8 for England in the South Africa game

Massive congratulations and best wishes from everyone at Blaydon RFC, as Mark, now with Falcons, former Blaydon and Kendal player is deservedly in the England starting line-up today at Twickers

Show RSA that number of caps isn’t everything and we’ve no doubt you’ll make sure they know they’ve been in a game


Saturday 3rd November 2018 – Bonfire & Fireworks Extravaganza

Tickets – can be purchased via Rugby Club Bar or from the Gym Reception on site

Please be aware: Entry is conditional to consenting to Car/Bag/Coat/Buggy search, if requested/selected by Event Staff. Entry will be refused to anyone refusing to be searched.


No additional charges for onsite parking!

Come along and enjoy a great evening:

Commencing at 5.30pm with the William Clark Fun Fair
Followed by Bonfire 18:00 and Fireworks 19:45
In-House music 6.00pm till late.


  • Ticket Type
  • Adult
  • Child
  • Child Under 3
  • Family Ticket (2 adults & 2 Kids)
  • Purchased before 1st November
  • £ 5.40
  • £ 2.70
  • Free
  • £13.50
  • Purchased 1st November onwards
  • £ 6.00
  • £ 3.00
  • Free
  • £15.00

Bonfire Night Extravaganza 2017 – Saturday 4th November

Bonfire Night Extravaganza 2017 – see dedicate webpage:  click here.


Blaydon Pre-Season well underway, with three friendlies to be played in August:

The 2017/18 season preparations are well underway for Blaydon’s North Division 2 campaign under the new leadership of Ally Hogg.

Blaydon will play three pre-season friendlies:

  • Across at Northern Rugby Club on 12th August, 2pm KO
  • Versus Glasgow Hawks which will be played on the AGP at Newcastle Falcons 19th August, 2pm KO
  • Away at Currie Rugby Club on 26th August, 2:30pm KO


Our goal for the season is an immediate return to National Division 1, that does not mean we don’t recognise the challenge ahead of us, with some very good teams in ND2.

We also look forward to reviving old rivalries against the likes of; Otley, Tynedale and Wharfedale