Dylan Hartley, the hooker for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club the Northampton Saints has been given a sanction of two weeks for hitting out at Rory Best of Ulster during a Heineken Cup match
Aviva Premiership Rugby Union club the Northampton Saints mounted a brilliant comeback against the Scottish club the Glasgow Warriors to register a 24-15 victory at the Franklin’s Gardens stadium
Aviva Premiership leaders the Northampton Saints have suffered their first loss of the new season of the Premiership when they were handed a humbling by the London Irish on Saturday.
Northampton who was due to sign Australian Cameron Sheperd has pulled out of the deal because of his fitness related issues. Cameron Sheperd had agreed to sign a contract with Northampton for three
Aviva Premiership Rugby Union side the Northampton Saints has completed the signing of centre Dominic Waldouck from fellow Premiership side the London Wasps for an undisclosed fee ahead of the new season
Andy Long, the hooker of the Aviva Premiership side the Northampton Saints who was due to switch sides to Gloucester Rugby during the off season has been forced to call time on his career after being
Ben Foden of the Aviva Premiership side the Northampton Saints has said that it makes him sick and tired having to hear the continuous talk of the potential that The Saints have in their lineup and
Northampton beat Sale Sharks 24 points to 17 at the Franklin’s Garden in the Aviva Premiership.
The Sharks were punished heavily for the lack of discipline on field as Stephen Myler scored
The club is currently under the chairmanship of Leon Bar well and coached and captained under Jim Mallinder and Dylan Hartley respectively. The club is associated with the Aviva premiership and regularly
Northampton will not be repeating last season’s European heroics as their 41-22 defeat to Castres secured their exit from this season’s Heineken Cup.
Saints reached the final last season