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SARRIES WIN A GAME, A SPORT LOSES FRIENDS

By Innings
April 21 2019

Let’s get the second part of the title out of the way. Yesterday a small number of people in a small crowd behaved in ways that reflected ill on themselves, the clubs they support and the game in general. There too many incidents to be swept away: language, undercurrents of racist bigotry, of religious intolerance and of other aspects of tribalism in sport that has bedevilled other sports, a... More >

TIME FOR THE MUNSTER MASH

  Sunday 26th April 2008. Saracens have reached their first Heineken Cup Semi-Final. Technically they have home advantage in Coventry against the Mighty Munster – but n... More >

THE TEDDY BEARS' PICNIC

For some reason, I was never more convinced than yesterday that I was travelling to an away loss. Passing the Marlborough turn-off on the M4, I realised that I had carelessly worn ... More >

CAN WE CROSS THE BRISTOL CHANNEL?

  Saturday sees Sarries make the trip to Ashton Gate to face Bristol Bears. The kick-off is a latish one – 5.30. Not because of TV on this occasion but because Bristol ... More >

SARRIES, IN CHARGE FOR 2 MINS, DO JUST ENOUGH

  After this game, I was once again reminded of the infamous Quins game on Boxing Day at Vicarage Road, when not one person, player, official or supporter, wanted to be there... More >

BACK TO THE DAY JOB

This weekend will I suspect have a touch of the “after-the-Lord-Mayor’s-show” about it as we return to the Gallagher Premiership and welcome Newcastle Falcons to ... More >

Altogether now: "All we need is...."

  Now, I’ll be honest, I’m not much of a fan of this season’s new dirge from my colleagues in the south stand. But given Saturday’s performance I have... More >

RETURN OF THOSE "PESKY SCOTS"

  So this is it – the first crunch point of the season! The first game we can’t lose. Of course in recent seasons Saracens have got used to fighting on 2 fronts &... More >

IT'S THE JP DOYLE SHOW!

It was a lovely; sun was shining and this time at Stratford we knew where we were going. Train to Hampton Wick to avoid the walkways through the centre. A pleasant salt beef bagel ... More >

LONDON CALLING

  The 6 Nations is finally over and normal service is about to resume. This Saturday we return to last season’s least favourite venue (according to the end of season po... More >

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