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NEXT UP | New surroundings as Sarries head to Brentford

15.11.21
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Brentford

Saracens will continue to expose their best up-and-coming talent to professional rugby when they face London Irish in the Premiership Rugby Cup on Friday night.

The club’s target in the competition is to give younger players an opportunity to push through into the senior side and they will get a chance to stake a claim for a place in the matchday 23 when the Gallagher Premiership resumes with a home fixture against Sale Sharks at the end of the month.

This competition provides supporters with an opportunity to see the stars of the future with the likes of Maro Itoje, Nick Tompkins and Nick Isiekwe having made their professional debuts in the Premiership Cup. Despite there being a focus on development in these games, any fixture against London Irish is a mouth-watering prospect for the club.

Only a fortnight ago, both teams played out a classic encounter which saw Irish overturn a 34-8 deficit with 20 minutes to go to secure a 34-34 draw with a last-minute try scored by Kyle Rowe.

A touchline conversion from Rory Jennings ensured the game ended level.
Since getting relegated in 2018, Irish have made massive strides to make themselves competitive at the top table. A move away from the Madejski Stadium in Reading to the Brentford Community Stadium has been a positive step forward while their recruitment has been mightily impressive.

The appointment of former Munster Heineken Cup-winning coach and Ireland Grand Slam winner Declan Kidney as director of rugby has proven to be a masterstroke, as has the signing of Australian Les Kiss from Ulster as head coach.
Their recruitment over the past couple of seasons has also been noteworthy with players such as Wallabies second row Adam Coleman, world-class Argentina hooker Augustin Creevy, Tongan international Steve Mafi and Australians Nick Phipps and Curtis Rona all coming on board.

They also have some of the best young talent in the English game in the shape of wing Ollie Hassell-Collins and back-rower Izaiha Moore-Aiono among others.
The investment in the Exiles’ squad along with a strong culture has seen the side rapidly improve. Saracens are likely to face a very different London Irish team to last time with Kidney’s side also using the Premiership Cup to develop players for the future.

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Britney Clarke to leave Saracens Mavericks

Saracens Mavericks can confirm that Goal Shooter Britney Clarke will be departing the club at the conclusion of the season. A talented player always shone in the NSL, Clarke has been a crucial part of this Mavericks side for several seasons, with Head Coach Camilla Buchanan paying tribute to Clarke. "Brit came to Mavericks 4seasons […]

17.06.24
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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 […]

14.06.24
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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 […]

14.06.24
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