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REACTION: England coach Eddie Jones hailed Billy Vunipola as potentially the best No.8 in the world after the Saracens back row forward played a major role in the 15-9 win over Scotland on Saturday.
Premiership leaders Saracens have named their team to play second placed Exeter Chiefs in the Aviva Premiership clash at Sandy Park on Sunday. Table toppers Saracens travel to Devon to face the second placed Chiefs for the Sunday lunchtime kick-off and Mark McCall has named Scotland flanker Kelly Brown at openside flanker.
; By Mark Stevens 5/2/16 Rob Hunter insists Exeter Chiefs are fully focused on the task in hand as they prepare to welcome Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens to Sandy Park on Sunday (1pm). With just two points separating last season’s champions and the Chiefs at the summit of the table, the stakes are certainly high… The post Chiefs side to face Saracens appeared first on Exeter Chiefs.
A game of one half
As part of the preparation for Premiership Rugby’s London Irish v Saracens game at the Red Bull Arena on March 12th, the British Council in partnership with Premiership Rugby, have announced they will bring their award winning international community outreach and youth development program Try Rugby to the United States.
England and Saracens winger Chris Ashton has lost his appeal for making contact with the eye of Ulster’s Luke Marshall last month. Ashton appeared to gouge the eyes of Ulster centre Marshall during a Champions’ Cup group stage game on 16th January at Allianz Park. Despite originally being called-up to England’s Six Nations campaign by new […] The post Chris Ashton loses appeal for eye gouging appeared first on Read Rugby Union.
An independent Appeal Committee has today (Thursday, 4 February) announced its decision not to allow an appeal by the Saracens player, Chris Ashton, against the 10-week suspension imposed on him as a result of a citing complaint arising from his club’s European Rugby Champions Cup Round 5 match against Ulster Rugby on Saturday, 16 January 2016.
Chris Ashton has not been allowed to appeal the ten-week gouging ban he received blast month last an independent Appeal Committee. The Saracens wing was found guilty of making contact with the eye or eye area of ulster’s Luke Marshall in the Champions Cup and was subsequently banned for ten-week.
Owen Farrell will start at inside centre for England against Scotland in the first round of the Six Nations on Saturday. The Saracens fly-half has been named in midfield by new head coach Eddie Jones with George Ford at fly-half and Jonathan Joseph at outside centre. Dylan Hartley will captain a side that has 512 […]
Owen Farrell will start at inside centre for England against Scotland in the first round of the Six Nations on Saturday. The Saracens fly-half has been named in midfield by new head coach Eddie Jones with George Ford at fly-half and Jonathan Joseph at outside centre.
Chairman Nigel Wray has described the compensation system for producing England players as “a complete nonsense” after revealing Saracens are set to be denied upwards of £500,000 over the course of the season. With eight Saracens players named by Eddie Jones in his 33-man squad, Wray claims the Allianz Park side are entitled to compensation […]
NEWS: England and Saracens wing, Chris Ashton will have to wait until Thursday, February 4 to hear the outcome of his appeal against his 10-week suspension.
England head coach Eddie Jones has named his team for the opening match of the 2016 Six Nations Championship match against Scotland on Saturday. Jones has retained the same 23 players that he selected last week but also added Maro Itoje (Saracens), Elliot Daly (Wasps) who will travel with the squad to Scotland as reserves. Josh […] The post Jones names England squad for Scotland in Six Nations appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
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OPINION: Brendan Venter, the former Springbok centre and current technical director of Saracens, has called for an investigation. And it is not cricket in Mumbai or tennis in St Petersburg that Venter is concerned about, but rugby in Wellington, the home of the New Zealand Rugby Union.
REACTION: Saracens Director of Rugby Mark McCall admits Maro Itoje moved another step closer to an England cap after the 21-year-old helped inspire a dramatic comeback against Bath on Saturday.
For the second consecutive week, Thomas Waldrom and James Short produced outstanding performances as the Exeter Chiefs moved to just two points behind Aviva Premiership leaders Saracens with a 30-15 victory over Worcester Warriors.
Exeter Chiefs kept the pressure on Saracens in the standings by beating Worcester Warriors 15-30 with a bonus point at Sixways in the Aviva Premiership. At half time the teams were level on 12 points each but Exeter upped their game and outscored Worcester by 18 points to three.
A Maro Itoje inspired Saracens comeback ensured the reigning Aviva Premiership champions preserved their unbeaten record at Allianz Park this season with a 19-13 win over Bath.
SATURDAY WRAP: Saracens remain unbeaten at home this season after Maro Itoje's late show undid a fine defensive performance from Bath while Sale and Leicester bagged wins of their own.