By Behind the Bench
May 23 2015
Saracens reached Twickenham for the second successive season with a shrewd performance in which they won the territorial battle and defended superbly, restricting the Saints still-considerable threat to their powerful maul, with the home side hardly making any breaks in general play at all.
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Another match in the series with Saints, and probably one of the most finely poised ever. Throw in up to 18 of England's provisional World Cup squad on display in Saturday's match,... More >
Last game of the regular season with all still to play for. However it was in Sarries hands – a big win away at London Welsh was needed to make us uncatchable. My wif... More >
In incessant rain, Saracens' line-up saw the welcome return of winger Nathan Earle to the side, earning the man of the match award in a scintillating 40 minute appearance, followin... More >
Saracens travel to Oxford where five points are an absolute must, and with a professional performance in defence and attack, they should secure enough points to overturn Exeter Chi... More >
In what seems a rather low-key build up, Saracens host the British Army Rugby Union team, fresh from their victory against the Navy in a sell-out clash at Twickenham on Saturday.
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With a trip looming to London Welsh on the final day of the season, Saracens should get enough points on the board to qualify for a play-off trip to Northampton or Bath, despite th... More >
Saracens vs Exeter Chiefs Aviva Premiership Rugby Allianz Park Sunday 10 May
Anyone at the first public game at Allianz Park in February 2013, when Exeter Chiefs were the visitors... More >
Due to various training commitments for the forthcoming Tour d’Ecosse, I decided to give Milton Keynes a miss and watch from the comfort of my own settee. The first t... More >
The Aviva Premiership's top two go head to head in what has been presciently advertised as the "Best of English" for some months, and, with the proximity to St George's Day, repris... More >