Scotland's Rugby World Cup team have been doing the Captain's Run at St James' Park this morning.
It's ahead of their Rugby World Cup match against Samoa on Saturday in Newcastle.
They lost their last match at the NUFC ground last Saturday 34 - 16 against South Africa.
The Magpies have moved to allay any worries about the pitch at St James' Park following the Rugby World Cup matches.
Officers have thanked rugby fans from across the world and local people after Newcastle successfully hosted three World Cup matches.
Scotland are into the World Cup quarter-finals, but only after a nerve-shredding 36-33 win over Samoa in Newcastle.