Cross code chat with Radwan & Johnson

Sunday 03 April 2022 Written by: Adam

Dual code action is in store at Kingston Park Stadium this week, with both Newcastle Falcons and Newcastle Thunder playing at home.

Ahead of the fixtures, Falcons winger Adam Radwan and Thunder winger Jack Johnson have been discussing the “art of the acrobatic” and giving some insight on how they accomplish crowd-pleasing, diving tries.

Check out the the thoughts of the prolific Newcastle rugby wingers [**here**][1]

Fresh from a 10-45 Gallagher Premiership win over Worcester, the Falcons take on Zebre Parma in the European Rugby Challenge Cup on Saturday evening (KO 8pm) while the A team play Scottish dude Heriots at 4:30pm.

The Falcons are still battling for progression through to the round of 16 and a potential home tie in the knockout rounds, with Saturday’s game pivotal to that goal.

Tickets cover are both games on Saturday and can be booked by [**clicking here**][2]

Thunder meanwhile take on Widnes Vikings on Monday evening in rugby league’s Betfred Championship (KO 7:45pm)

Live on Premier Sports and in front of what is expected to be the biggest crowd of the season so far, it will be exactly a year since the two sides played out a 30 all thriller at Kingston Park Stadium.

With three wins from six games this season, a fourth on Monday would see Thunder move into the top half of the table.

Tickets are priced at just £5 and can be booked by [**clicking here**][3], while Falcons season ticket members are reminded they are able to claim a free ticket for the Thunder match by contacting the Stadium box office