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MATCH REPORT | Saracens Women 21-29 Bristol Bears Women (Allianz PWR SF)

09.06.24
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Saracens Women missed out on a place in the final, as Bristol Bears secured a victory at StoneX Stadium.

On a day filled with emotion and tension, Sarries looked to start fast to get the home crowd off their feet.

It was the Bears who initially made the quick start though, before Sophie de Goede stole the ball at lineout time and powered through the tackles to within reach of the line.

May Campbell then went close, but the Bears held out and looked to hit back, only for Sarries to win a turnover at the crucial moment.

With the game ebbing and flowing, Sarries eventually found the breath through, with a beautiful first phase try that saw Jess Breach and Paige Farries combine to set Coreen Grant free on the wing.

Despite the pressure coming on from the Bears, Grant had just enough in the tank to dot down and open the scoring, with Harrison converting from out wide.

The set-piece was turning into a lottery with both sides guilty of misplaced lineouts and equally getting in amongst the opposition to win ball at crucial times.

Sarries though were able to stick to task and they scored a second on the 25-minute mark, as McKinley Hunt rampaged through the Bristol defence to power over for the second score of the afternoon.

Bristol were beginning to win penalties at the breakdown though, with Amber Reed kicking them into dangerous parts of the field and they hit back, with Lark Atkin-Davies going over from the back of a maul to narrow the gap going into the break.

Sarries’ defence had been strong throughout, but the Bears were beginning to find cracks, with Atkin-Davies going over for a second of the match shortly after half-time from another driving maul.

It was all Bristol at this point, and they hit the front just before the 50-minute mark, with Courtney Keight going over out wide.

Sarries needed to try and wrestle back momentum and they thought they’d found it, as Harrison was able to feed Paige Farries, who regathered a ball that was illegally slapped down and crossed.

It didn’t matter though, as the referee awarded a penalty try, with Reneeqa Bonner sent to the bin, as Sarries edged themselves back ahead.

The Bears continued to fire back into the game though and Atkin-Davies notched her hattrick from close-range to send her side back into the lead.

Sarries needed to find a response but Bristol kept coming, as Sarries lost Leanne Infante and Emma Taylor to quickfire yellow cards.

With the clock ticking down, Bonner darted in for a try that sealed the match for the Bears and with it, their place in the Allianz PWR final in two weeks’ time.

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EPCR Pool Draws for 2024/25 | Information

As previously announced, the pool draws for the 2024/25 Investec Champions Cup and EPCR Challenge Cup tournaments will be staged in Cardiff on Tuesday 2 July. Both draws will be streamed live on epcrugby.com and the event, which will be co-presented by Sarra Elgan and Vincent Pochulu, will start at 11.00 (UK-Irish time) / 12.00 […]

19.06.24
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Four Saracens selected to face Japan

Steve Borthwick has named four Saracens in his matchday squad to face Japan on Saturday. Jamie George will captain the side, with Maro Itoje and Ben Earl both starting, and Theo Dan on the bench. “We’re looking forward to the challenge of playing Japan at their National Stadium,” said Borthwick. “Conditions in Tokyo mean we’ll […]

18.06.24
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Five Saracens in England Squad for Under 20's World Championship

Saracens have had five players named in the England squad for the Under 20's World Championship this summer. James Isaacs, Nathan Michelow, Olamide Sodeke, Jack Bracken and Angus Hall will all travel to South Africa. Head coach Mark Mapletoft and assistant coach Andy Titterrell have named their 30-strong personnel for this year’s tournament, with their first […]

18.06.24
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