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Fleetwood: We knew we were going to have to ride that storm

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Written by Jonny Bray.

Vicky Fleetwood admitted Saracens Women knew they’d have to ride a storm when reduced to 13 players after a thrilling 34-21 win over Exeter Chiefs.

Donna Rose, Lotte Clapp, Fleetwood and May Campbell completed a comeback after Rachel Johnson (2) and Sachiko Kato scored Exeter’s three first half tries.

Those tries came after two yellow cards to May Campbell and Eloise Hayward in the first half, however, a stunning second half performance put Sarries back in control.

“We needed to breathe and look at the fact that we’d gone down to 13 players, we knew we were going to have to ride that storm but once we got 15 players back on the pitch we could let loose and bring it again,” she said.

“We knew it was going to be a tough fight today obviously after losing against them at their place so we wanted to show what we could do when they came to ours.”

“It was a bit of a dog fight out there and we need to be disciplined and at times that’s what let us down so it’s something we need to keep working on and take into next week.”

The taste of victory was even sweeter though given difficulty of overcoming a two player deficit, especially considering Exeter’s obvious quality.

She added; “It’s absolutely rewarding to win after going down to 13, that speaks volumes on the team that were out there today.”

“We collectively just played really well and kept bringing that line speed, doing the things that we know are our strengths.”


Georgia Lees to retire at end of the 2024 season

Saracens Mavericks can confirm that vice-captain Georgia Lees will be retiring from the sport at the end of the 2024 season. Having returned to the club as an Additional Training Partner last season, Lees was named as vice-captain for the 2024 season and has showcased her ability as one of the best Wing Attacks in […]

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Saracens announce eight Senior Academy signings

Saracens is excited to announce eight arrivals to the Senior Academy for the 2024/25 campaign. The group will be looking to make the transition in to the first team over the coming years and follow in the footsteps of some global superstars who have all graduated from the Sarries Academy. The North Londoners, who are […]

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