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Storm end 2019 at home to Quins

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Saracens Pre Season Training

Saracens Storm have made three changes for the final Premiership Rugby Shield match of 2019 against Harlequins A. 

Adam Powell’s side host their London rivals tonight (Monday) at Allianz Park (KO 19H30) with entry FREE for season ticket holders. Adults tickets are priced at £10 and juniors at £5.

Hooker Joe Gray returns to the pack and is joined by guest prop Jake Ellwood and Josh Ibuanokpe in the front row.

Entry FREE for season ticket holders. Adults tickets are priced at £10 and juniors at £5.

Calum Clark comes back into the mix at blindside flanker. Sean Reffell and Andy Christie continue at seven and eight respectively. 

The Kpoku twins, Joel and Jon, retain their positions in the second row while the whole backline remains the same from victory against Exeter Braves last time out.

Storm have won all three of their Shield matches to date with a bonus point and sit joint-top of the Southern Conference with a game in hand over Exeter.

Storm team to take on Harlequins A:

15 Matt Gallagher
14 Ali Crossdale
13 Rotimi Segun
12 Charlie Watson
11 Elliott Obatoyinbo
10 Manu Vunipola
9 Tom Whiteley
1 Jake Ellwood (Guest)
2 Joe Gray
3 Josh Ibuanokpe
4 Joel Kpoku
5 Jon Kpoku
6 Calum Clark
7 Sean Reffell
8 Andy Christie 


16 Theo Dan
17 Kapeli Pifeleti
18 Sam Wainwright
19 Cameron Boon
20 Ollie Stonham
21 Alex Day
22 Josh Hallett
23 Viliami Hakalo


Harry Wilson signs for Saracens

Saracens is excited to confirm the signing of Harry Wilson from Doncaster Knights. The versatile forward, who can play in the second-row and across the entirety of the back-row has a wealth of experience in the Championship and will now be making the move to North London. The 27-year-old was named in the Championship Dream […]

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StoneX Stadium Tours | August 2024

2024, the year of sporting spectaculars. We have been treated with events such as the Cricket World Cup, Wimbledon, Silverstone Grand Prix, The Euros and ending the summer with the greatest show of them all….the Paris 2024 Olympics. The StoneX Stadium tour will walk you down the corridor of Olympic Torches, hear about the amazing […]

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Pwr Up

Women's PWR Up Friendly Fixtures Confirmed

The fixtures for the PWR Up friendly series in September have today been confirmed, with Saracens Women taking on Harlequins Women and Trailfinders Women in September. With a condensed league season to accommodate for the Women's Rugby World Cup, the PWR Up series replaces the Allianz Cup, with clubs playing against their regional rivals as […]

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