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August 29, 1916 – celebrity journalism is no modern-day phenomenon

News of a shoulder injury to legendary hero Edgar Mobbs dominates the August 29, 1916, edition of the Market Harborough Advertiser.

The former Northampton Saints and England rugby star was the rallying point at the beginning of the war for many Harborough area men who enlisted into the 7th Battalion of the Northamptonshire Regiment – or Mobbs’ Corps as it was affectionately known. 512 more words

Teimana Harrison: England's New Breed

The Northampton Saints have become somewhat renowned for producing the powerful back-row forwards that have become a crucial part of the modern rugby side. In recent years, the likes of Samu Manoa, Tom Wood, and the young Calum Clark have each had their time in the spotlight in Saints colours, and Harrison appears to be the latest from the production line. 280 more words

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The Saints King Louis

Here’s an illustration of Louis Picamoles in his Saints Jersey…..   because I can.  Comeonyousaints


Northampton Town vs Bath City Review

A stupendous comeback victory for Northampton Saints after a smash and grab first half for Bath at Franklins Gardens, game finishing Northampton Saints 15 Bath City 14. 262 more words

Try of the Season 2015/16

It is that inaugural time of the season where it is upon us to vote for your favourite try of the season.

The Saints have scored 46 try’s so far this season with two fixtures left to play. 62 more words

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Injury ridden Saints play-off hopes left in tatters by Tigers

By Thomas Branston

Northampton Saints v Leicester Tigers

Leicester Fly-Half Freddie Burns scored 20 points against a depleted Saints side as Tigers came away with a crucial 30-24 victory over their East Midland rivals at Franklin’s Gardens. 632 more words

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Preview - Northampton Saints vs Leicester Tigers

By Thomas Branston

Saturday 16th April 2016 – 5:30pm KO – Franklin’s Gardens

 Aviva Premiership Rugby round 20

Northampton will be hoping that the Saints go marching in when they host a fearless Leicester Tigers to Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday evening. 528 more words

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