Free School By Saracens

Saracens is one of the top clubs in the game. They have recently announced their plan to set up a free school in Colindale.

They want to offer a good education to the upcoming talents. Saracens F.C. has acknowledged the acute shortage of secondary schools. They have submitted plans to open more free schools. They plan to make the schools functional by September 2017.

They have formed a trust to open the school. For the school, they are teaming up with the Ashmole Academy in Southgate. They plan to submit the application in March to the concerned department.


Three Saracens Women Named In England Squad

Three women from Saracens are named in the England international women’s rugby squad to play in the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Sevens Series.

This is very happy news for the Saracens rugby club and a moment to rejoice. The three women that will be taking part in the final leg of the Rugby Europe Grand Prix Sevens Series are Deborah Fleming, Lotte Clpaa and Lauren Cattell. These three women were newly contracted to the Saracens squad.


Saracens Is The Team In The Spotlight

Everywhere the Saracens seem to be in the news.


Saracens Will Be Focused On Winning More Trophies

The Player of the Year accolade might not have reached Saracens but they are determined to make up for it.

RPA awards are one of the several chances that come by the way of the teams. Even though Saracens was unable to win that award this time, it has simply strengthened their determination to win some more.


Saracens FC tie up lock Itoje to long term deal

Maro Itoje, the England Saxons lock who plies his trade with the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Saracens FC has committed his long term future with the club by putting pen to paper on a new deal, it has been announced.

The 20 year old, who captained England to the Junior World Cup title was also the leader of the club which won the LV=Cup this season and tying him up to a new deal is a sign of the long term ambitions of the London club.


Saracens beat Newcastle Falcons in the Aviva Premiership

It was a narrow margin by which Saracens defeated Newcastle. They are now second in the ladder. David Strettle gave the much needed lead for the Sarries which was a clean move.

At the break Saracens were 13- 10. Third attempt was made by Will Welch which was the third. Three penalties were kicked by Ben Spencer by which win was earned by Saracens.

Saracens FC building consensus against salary cap

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club Saracens FC has claimed the support of at least seven clubs from the top flight of English rugby who want the salary cap to be scrapped from the game.

The club has said that there will be discussions on the matter when the shareholders meeting of Premiership Rugby takes place in February. The club issued a press release where it said that it was working on creating a consensus among the clubs in the English top flight in a bid to remove the salary cap that has handicapped the progress of the domestic game in England.


Saracens Defeats The Worcester Women

Worcester saw a 32-5 defeat when they played against the Saracens in a Women’s Premiership match. For the home side that is totally inexperienced, this was a great effort and seemed like an easy victory for the Saracens following the score line. Even then the game felt quiet balanced until there were 3 substitutions around 50 minutes.

Jersey of Mike Brown is what Alex Goode has set his sight on

Alex Goode sidestepped his away from Mike Brown and gained the jersey of number 15. The game was played against Sale and Saracens had a win of 40-19. Saracens proved that he was playing second fiddle to Brown. For the campaign in autumn they will play against the Southern Hemisphere. In the division of back they proved to be in an attacking mood.


Newcastle Falcons introduce a new turf for the upcoming season

Newcastle Falcons have used the Kingston Park multi-purpose stadium as their home ground since 1990 when they shifted from their original ground. Over the years it had been used as the site for Newcastle Chronicle and Journal Sports ground. The stadium was built in stages to ensure a capacity of more than ten thousand. The west stand is built keeping in mind the modern technologies and architecture. There are plans of extending the north and west stands in due course of time in order to build a world class stadium for the rugby giants.