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Team News: Saracens Men vs Coventry Rugby

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Saracens Men welcome back a trio of faces for their penultimate pre-season friendly against Coventry on Saturday at StoneX Stadium.

Alex Lewington and Sean Maitland return to start on the wings while Jackson Wray comes back in at openside flanker.

The trio are the only amendments to the XV which began the victory over Doncaster Knights in the Trailfinders Challenge Cup last time out.

Man of the match in that game Callum Hunter-Hill remains at six with Andy Christie at Number 8 and the young and experienced pairing of Joel Kpoku and Tim Swinson make up the lock positions.

Tom Woolstencroft continues as captain, flanked by Richard Barrington and Vincent Koch in the front row.

The backline contains three Academy graduates in Elliott Obatoyinbo, Manu Vunipola and Dom Morris with scrum-half Aled Davies and centre Duncan Taylor completing the side.

An extended replacements bench sees Sean Reffell, Juan Pablo Socino, Ben Harris, Sam Crean and Ethan Benson return to the squad.

Saracens team to face Coventry at StoneX Stadium:

15 Elliott Obatoyinbo
14 Alex Lewington
13 Dom Morris
12 Duncan Taylor
11 Sean Maitland
10 Manu Vunipola
9 Aled Davies
1 Richard Barrington
2 Tom Woolstencroft ©
3 Vincent Koch
4 Joel Kpoku
5 Tim Swinson
6 Callum Hunter-Hill
7 Jackson Wray
8 Andy Christie


16 Kapeli Pifeleti
17 Sam Crean
18 Josh Ibuanokpe
19 Ollie Stonham
20 Sean Reffell
21 Alex Day
22 Tom Whiteley
23 Juan Pablo Socino
Will Hooley (no number)
Ethan Benson (no number)
Ben Harris (no number)
Eroni Mawi (no number)


MATCH REPORT | London Pulse 45-43 Saracens Mavericks (NSL Rd 9)

An absolute nail-biter ended in a heartbreaking loss for Mavericks against their local rivals at the Copperbox, but they didn’t go down without a fight. After Mavericks won this fixture last season, Camilla Buchanan’s side were hoping to repeat history, knowing they had what it takes to compete with this Pulse team. In what was […]

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Six Nations Wrap | Round Three

It was another busy weekend of Six Nations action for our Saracens Women stars, with tries, debuts and more superb action right across the board. In Scotland, No less than nine Saracens played their parts in a match that saw both sides play through wind, rain, snow and sunshine! Fi McIntosh made her debut for […]

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MATCH REACTION | Alex Austerberry (AC SF)

Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry was delighted, as his side secured a spot in the Allianz Cup final for the second straight season, ending Exeter Chiefs’ defence in the process. In a topsy-turvy game that saw Saracens score 36 unanswered points, before the visitors struck back with 29 of their own, Austerberry praised both sides […]

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