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The Interview | Elliot Daly

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The 31-year-old joined Sarries from Wasps in 2019, making 64 appearances for the club since. He was part of the side that won the Premiership last season, scoring the crucial try in their win over Sale Sharks in the final at Twickenham.

Daly has scored 19 tries in 66 caps for England since making his debut in 2016, providing a versatile option on the wing, in the centre or at full-back.

“Saracens is a special club and we have made some incredible memories over the last few years. I’ve loved every minute of being part of this club since I joined,” said Daly.

His signature on a new deal came even before the ink had got dry on the new contracts secured by the club with Jamie George, Ben Earl and Maro Itoje. The ‘Crown Jewels’ have been secured and new goals will be set for next season. No wonder Saracens director of rugby, Mark McCall, was delighted to announce the good news.

“Elliot’s influence on and off the field is growing all the time and he will be a key figure for us going forward. He will also be a huge help to our younger players, who will benefit greatly from his experience and rugby IQ,” said McCall.

“Elliot is, on the one hand, hugely driven and competitive, always looking for ways to improve and, on the other, someone who lifts the environment and those around him with his enthusiasm, positivity and energy. We are lucky to have him.”

Lucky indeed! Plenty of other clubs would have loved to have recruited a player who can boast three Six Nations titles (2016, 17, 20), one Grand Slam (2016) and two Triple Crowns (2016, 20) with England, as well as silver (2019) and bronze (2023) medals at the Rugby World Cup.

He is a former ‘Premiership Young Player of the Season’ who was twice-nominated for the ‘European Player of the Year’ title. He was selected in the 2016/17 ‘Premiership Dream Team’ ahead of starting all three Lions Tests in the drawn series in New Zealand.

Speaking of Daly and the Lions, he is among a select band of players who have played both against and for the Lions. He was in the Barbarians team that met the Lions in Hong Kong ahead of the 2013 tour to Australia and then played for the tourists in 2013 and 2017.


• Born on 8 October 1992 in Croydon, he attended Whitgift School.

• He was ‘Best Man’ at Jamie George’s wedding.

• He played his first game for Wasps in an Anglo-Welsh Cup tie against Exeter Chiefs in 2010 while still
at school, becoming the club’s then-second youngest representative.

• Daly played cricket for Surrey and England U15 as a fast-bowling all-rounder.

• He made his England debut as a replacement for Owen Farrell against Ireland in the 2016 Six Nations. England won 21-10 and went on to win the Grand Slam.

• He kicked a vital 52 metre penalty for the Lions in their draw against the All Blacks in the 3rd Test to help his side drawn the series and landed an even bigger kick from 63 metres for England against South Africa in Johannesburg a year later.

Alex Press Notes

PRESS NOTES | Alex Austerberry (Allianz PWR Rd 17)

Director of Rugby Alex Austerberry spoke to the press ahead of Saturday’s clash with Gloucester-Hartpury. As part of a wide-ranging discussion, the DoR looked at the final few weeks of the season, as his side look to continue to improve after last weekend’s superb win over Exeter. “It’s always difficult this time of year. It’s […]

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MATCH PREVIEW | Severn Stars vs Saracens Mavericks (NSL Rd 15)

Saracens Mavericks Centre Indya Masser has challenged her side to maximise their opportunities against Severn Stars on Friday night. Mavericks showed glimpses of real form again last weekend against Manchester Thunder, before ultimately slipping to defeat. Masser wants her side to make better use of the opportunities that their defenders have been presenting to them. […]

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MATCH REACTION | Camilla Buchanan (NSL Rd 14)

Head Coach Camilla Buchanan was left wanting more, despite a positive display away at table-toppers Manchester Thunder. Having suffered a heavy defeat last time they faced the Mancunians, Buchanan was pleased with plenty of what she saw, although she admitted that there was still more to come from her side. “There are some great takeaways […]

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