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Match report: Cornish Pirates 25-17 Saracens Men

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Saracens Men’s Greene King IPA Championship opener ended in a disappointing defeat as a late Rhodri Davies try saw Cornish Pirates triumph at Mennaye Field.

Scores from Sean Maitland and Alex Lewington either side of a Tom Duncan try and a Luke Scully penalty had given Sarries a slender 10-8 lead at the break.

But the hosts took advantage of their set-piece dominance to outscore Mark McCall’s side two tries to one in the second half and record a deserved victory.

The early signs were positive for Sarries as some patient work from the forwards had the visitors knocking at the Pirates try-line in the opening exchanges.

Their defence stood firm initially but when Aled Davies decided it was time to shift the ball wide it was Manu Vunipola who floated a pass out to Maitland, the winger finished strongly in the corner.

A Sully penalty got the Pirates on the board and they took the lead on 28 minutes through No.8 Duncan who had lined up Davies in the defensive line a few metres out and powered over.

Sarries had their second score and retook the lead five minutes before half-time as Elliott Obatoyinbo capitalised on a two-on-wide on the right to put Lewington in.

After the break it was the hosts who came out firing and breached the Saracens defence on 45 minutes when Dan Frost found the line after several phases of the pick and go.

There was a strong response from the visitors though as Tim Swinson muscled his way over five minutes later after Pirates had initially done well to stop the Saracens maul from 5m.

Vunipola converted to give Sarries a 17-15 advantage but a further penalty from Scully saw Pirates edge ahead with 25 minutes to play.

And the hosts made sure of the result right at the death when Sarries let a kick return bounce in their half and replacement Davies was quickest onto the ball to run through and score.

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MATCH REPORT | Surrey Storm 59-48 Saracens Mavericks (NSL Rd 3)

Saracens Mavericks suffered a disappointing first defeat of the 2024 Netball Super League campaign against local rivals Surrey Storm at Surrey Sports Park. After a great win last weekend, Mavericks would have been hoping to pick up where they left off, starting the match with an unchanged line-up from the clash against Rhinos. However it […]

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Press Notes | Alex Austerberry (PWR Rd 13)

Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry feels that having all four matches available to watch this weekend is a big step forward for domestic women’s rugby. As part of the SuperPWR weekend, two matches will be live on TNT Sports, with the other two, including Saracens’ match, streamed on YouTube. Austerberry feels that accessibility and close […]

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The Showdown 4 | 50,000 Tickets Sold!

The turn of the month means just one thing... IT'S SHOWDOWN MONTH! We can finally say that THIS MONTH we will be heading to Tottenham Hotspur Stadium to host our BIGGEST EVER Showdown as we take on Harlequins in Gallagher Premiership Rugby Round 13! This is the first round back in the Premiership post-Six Nations […]

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