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Re: Team v Saracens
Posted by: CANTABRIAN
Date: 17/09/2017 08:30
Sarries had a side out that has won the last two European Champions Cup. They are a great team and had about six Lions playing last night but we gave them a tough game and our defence was superb.

JP Doyle was poor again, his folksy first name chats with the Sarries England stars is wrong headed and a misplaced imitation of the great Nigel Owens. Even though we gave some penalties away under pressure, the 12-5 penalty count against us in no way reflected the offending which was pretty much 50/50. On top of that giving a penalty try and a yellow card for Goneva's attempted two handed interception was a terrible decision.

Sarries deserved their victory and it was great to see Billy V back looking fresh and lasting 80 minutes. I don't think our American adventure has done us any harm and can't wait for our lads to get stuck into Bath.

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