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Quins do it – X-certificate stuff at Kingsholm

The Allianz Premier 15s Final 2021 Saracens v Harlequins Quins achieved their ultimate dream by defeating Saracens in the most thrilling advertisement for the women’s game imaginable. On a perfect summer’s day in front of a crowd and television cameras, Quins had to overcome the loss of their iconic captain Rachael Burford after only eight

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Saracens close the Door – Round 12 Completed

In the Sunday match Sarries showed what it takes to be runaway leaders year after year. A thoroughly talented and dogged side like Gloucester-Hartpury just couldn’t keep them from adding to their harvest of tries. Poppy Cleall is like a one-woman-band. There are times when she seems to be an entire team. Her offloads are

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Saracens Women’s next two games postponed

Saracens Women’s 2020/21 Round 7 and 8 Allianz Premier 15s matches against Exeter Chiefs Women and Harlequins Women have been postponed. The RFU has made the decision to postpone the fixtures originally due to take place this weekend and next, after a Saracens player tested positive for COVID-19 [community acquired] and 10 other players are

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Two Sevens Signings

Deborah Fleming and Holly Aitchison become the first of the established England 7s stars to opt for a return to 15s. And who do they join? Saracens, of course. Only the best will do, though Deborah has every excuse – she is a long-term Saracen. She has been England’s first-choice flyer for several seasons. Let’s

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Saracens Women win Tyrrells Premier 15s final

Saracens Women retained their Tyrrells Premier 15s title after a 33-17 win over Harlequins Ladies at Franklin’s Gardens in Northampton. In front of 2,590 fans in the east Midlands, Saracens were ahead inside three minutes when Red Roses No 8 Poppy Cleall dived over from close range. They doubled their score inside ten minutes when

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