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8dReuters

England's Kruis to play in Japan next season

England lock George Kruis and Welsh centre Hadleigh Parkes will play in Japan for the Panasonic Wild Knights next season, the Top League club said on Monday.

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25dReuters

Vunipola, Saracens group sorry for lockdown breach

England international Billy Vunipola was among five Saracens players who have apologised for violating lockdown rules that are in place in Britain to curb the spread of the new coronavirus, the English Premiership club said on Thursday.

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60dTom Hamilton

Saracens relegated as Newcastle Falcons promoted

Newcastle Falcons' promotion back to the Gallagher Premiership has been confirmed with Saracens set to take their place in England's second tier.

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110dReuters

England hooker Jamie George to stay at Saracens

England hooker Jamie George says he will continue to play for Saracens next season despite them being relegated from the Premiership for breaching salary cap rules.

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131dReuters

Saracens entered £1.3m player venture

A disciplinary panel report that found Saracens guilty of salary cap breaches states the Premiership club's owner Nigel Wray entered into ventures with players totalling £1.3 million, Sky News reported.

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132dKathleen McNamee

McCall: Saracens players have 'clear view' on future

Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall has said that the club's international players "had a very clear view" on where they intend to play rugby in the future.

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137dReuters

Saracens relegation threat intensifies

Saracens interim chief executive Edward Griffiths said no decision has been made on the club's future.

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152dESPN

Saracens chairman Nigel Wray retires

Saracens chairman Nigel Wray's decision to retire from the club comes two months after the club were found guilty of breaking salary cap rules.

2020 RankingsGallagher Premiership

  • SARAC2nd
    Tries Scored 1st Exeter Chiefs : 48 Tries Scored
    EXET1st
    42
    48
  • SARAC3rd
    Points Difference 1st Exeter Chiefs : 160 Points Difference
    EXET1st
    75
    160