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A new era

01.09.17
Saracens V Harlequins Tyrrells Premier 15s Final

In February 2017 Saracens Women were named as one of ten teams offered a place in the new women’s domestic competition, the Tyrells Premier 15s, which launched in September that year.

The RFU committed a multi-million pound investment over three years to improve standards of the women’s game, as well as increase the talent pool available for selection for England.

Saracens were the inaugural winners of the Premier 15s, beating London rivals Harlequins in a tense final in May 2018, having finished top of the table and beaten Gloucester-Hartpury in the semi-finals. New signing Marlie Packer ended the season as the league's top try scorer, vindicating her decision to move from Bristol after finishing runners-up with England in the Women's Rugby World Cup in the summer of 2017.

The summer of 2018 saw a change to the coaching team, with Rob Cain leaving to take charge of USA Women and Alex Austerberry replacing him as head coach.

Saracens went on to defend their TP15s title in 2018/19. The Women in Black finished top of the table again with just a solitary defeat to Harlequins at The Stoop during the regular season.

After seeing off Wasps in the semi-finals, they produced their best 40 minutes of rugby that season as they ran up a 27 - 0 half-time score against Quins at Franklins Gardens in the final.

Despite a second half comeback from their rivals it was Saracens who ran out 33 - 17 winners.

Egbaran

SQUAD UPDATE | Saracens Mavericks

Saracens Mavericks can confirm that attacker Sophie Egbaran has joined the club for the remainder of the 2024 season. The Goal Attacker was formally part of the Wasps pathway system and has since played for Central Warriors, where she was named U21 NPL Player of the Season in 2023, and Loughborough Lightning in the NPL. […]

23.05.24
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Shawbrook Shawbrook
Alex Press Notes

PRESS NOTES | Alex Austerberry (Allianz PWR Rd 17)

Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry spoke to the press ahead of Saturday’s clash with Gloucester-Hartpury. As part of a wide-ranging discussion, the DoR looked at the final few weeks of the season, as his side look to continue to improve after last weekend’s superb win over Exeter. “It’s always difficult this time of year. It’s […]

23.05.24
In association with
City Index City Index
Masserpreviewweb

MATCH PREVIEW | Severn Stars vs Saracens Mavericks (NSL Rd 15)

Saracens Mavericks Centre Indya Masser has challenged her side to maximise their opportunities against Severn Stars on Friday night. Mavericks showed glimpses of real form again last weekend against Manchester Thunder, before ultimately slipping to defeat. Masser wants her side to make better use of the opportunities that their defenders have been presenting to them. […]

22.05.24
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