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Newcastle 7-19 Saracens: Falcons beaten in Philadelphia

MailOnline Saturday, 16 September 2017 ()
Newcastle 7-19 Saracens: Falcons beaten in PhiladelphiaNIK SIMON IN PHILADELPHIA: America proved to be the land of missed opportunity for the Premiership roadshow. A generous official crowd figure of 6,271 watched a flat victory by Saracens.
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