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17/10/2015 - Venue: Allianz Park

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In the first official game of the 15/16 Aviva Premiership, Saracens begin their title defence against the Sale Sharks at Allianz Park in round one of the season on Saturday 17th October, kick-off 14h00.

After facing Steve Diamond’s Sharks side on four occasions in the 2014/15 season, Saracens will once again pit their wits against the North West outfit as Premiership Rugby returns to north London for the 2015/16 campaign. Please note, we will be screening the Rugby World Cup quarter-final, which sees the winner of Pool B face the runner up in Pool A, on the screens in the Hospitality lounges. The bars will be open and everyone is welcome to stay around to enjoy what promises to be a great atmosphere.

To book your tickets, contact our dedicated ticket office hotline on 0844 847 1876 or select specific seats using the interactive by following this link. Home or away supporters looking to secure disabled/accessible seating should contact the Supporter Services team on 0203 675 7200. (Please note, standing is sold in front of the East Stand and the west lower stand is fully uncovered)

Last Match


03/10/2015 - Bramley Road

Saracens ran-in five tries to beat Worcester Warriors 40-21 at Bramley Road, Southgate in a thoroughly entertaining afternoon of rugby at the clubs former home.

No8 Jackson Wray capped of a fine individual performance to score one of Saracens’ tries with other tries coming from Matt Hankin, Dave Porecki, Ben Earl and a Penalty Try.

With the club returning to the ground that they called home from 1939-1996, with former stars such as Richard Hill watching from the Bramley Road sideline’s there was a fervent atmosphere created by the fans packed in this Red and Black corner of Southgate.

In an entertaining first half Saracens ran in two tries to take an 18-9 lead into the break.

Despite their youth, the Saracens forwards were dominant up front, with Australian hooker Dave Porecki impressing in both the loose and particularly at the set-piece, with the 23-year old front rower faultless at the lineout.

Maro Itoje was his rumbustious self, appearing all over the field to influence proceedings in both deep and word with a series of bone crunching tackles. What was most encouraging was the sight of loose forward Will Fraser rampaging around the Bramley Road ground. The injury-plagued flanker was superb in his 60 minutes on the field – a superb sight for both Saracens management and fans alike.

Worcester started the game by clocking the first points in matter of seconds after kick-off. Saracens were penalised for holding on, and Warriors No10 Ryan Lamb edged his side in front with a routine penalty kick.

Saracens soon levelled with a penalty of their own – Ben Spencer making no mistake from in front of the Worcester posts.

Lamb added another three points after Sarries strayed offside in their own 22 before Saracens flanker Matt Hankin crossed for the games first try.

Saracens worked their first score beautifully with forwards and backs combining well, all orchestrated by halfbacks Ben Spencer and Baden Kerr. After mulitiple phases, Sarries worked the overlap and great hands from Nick Tompkins and Aaron Morris released Matt Hankin who waltzed into score. Spencer failed to convert from out wide.

Worcester hit back through a Lamb penalty to edge their way in front, but Sarries up front dominance would once again re-establish the ‘home’ sides lead after a powerful driving maul was illegally pulled down, Saracens were awarded a Penalty Try which Spencer converted.

On the stroke of halftime Spencer added a penalty, as Saracens enjoyed their half-time oranges on the pitch with an 18-9 lead.

After the break, Saracens were the quicker of the two teams to fly out of the traps, with Dave Porecki crossing for a deserved score after some fine work from Jackson Wray in the build-up – flyhalf Baden Kerr added the extras.

Minutes later, Ben Spencer slotted another three points as both teams began to introduce their benches with a raft of substitutes.

In a tit-for-tat final ten minutes that yielded four tries, it was the visitors who would score next with Sam Ripper-Smith crossing for the score. Saracens hit back though, replacement loose forward Ben Earl scoring at the base of a driving maul only for Worcester wing Josh Adams to score minutes later.

Saracens would fittingly have the last word, with Jackson Wray crossing for score in the 79th minute. Replacement halfback Tom Whiteley converted as the game finished with the score board reading: Saracens 40 Worcester Warriors 21.

Match Summary




Tries: Hankin, Penalty Try, Dave Porecki, Ben Earl Jackson Wray

Conversions: Ben Spencer (1/2), Baden Kerr (1/2), Tom Whiteley

Penalty: Ben Spencer (3/5)

Team Lineup

15 Aaron Morris; 14 Nathan Earle, 13 Nick Tompkins, 12 Nils Mordt, 11 Mike Ellery; 10 Baden Kerr, 9 Ben Spencer; 1 Rhys Gill, 2 Dave Porecki, 3 Biyi Alo; 4 Ed Gower, 5 Maro Itoje ©; 6 Matt Hankin, 7 Will Fraser, 8 Jackson Wray

16 Jared Saunders, 17 Ralph Adams-Hale, 18 Billy Walker, 19 Ben Earl, 20 Nick Isiekwe, 21 Dan Cutmore, 22 Jack Nay, 23 Tom Whiteley, 24 Max Malins, 24 Dominic Morris, 26 Tom Griffiths, 27 Matt Gallagher



Date / K.O. Time Home Score Away W/D/L Venue League
Thu 27th Aug 2015 - 18:15 Saracens - Ospreys HAC Friendly
Sat 26th Sep 2015 - 14:00 Saracens - Northampton Saints Allianz Park Friendly
Sat 3rd Oct 2015 - 13:00 Saracens - Worcester Bramley Road Friendly
Fri 9th Oct 2015 - 19:00 Aurillac - Saracens Stade Jean Alric Friendly
Sat 17th Oct 2015 - 14:00 Saracens - Sale Sharks Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Fri 23rd Oct 2015 - 19:45 Gloucester Rugby - Saracens Kingsholm Stadium Aviva Premiership
Sat 31st Oct 2015 - 13:00 Saracens - London Irish Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 7th Nov 2015 - 15:15 Northampton Saints - Saracens Franklin\'s Gardens Aviva Premiership
Sat 14th Nov 2015 - 17:15 Saracens - Toulouse Allianz Park ECC
Fri 20th Nov 2015 - 19:45 Ulster - Saracens Kingspan Stadium ECC
Sat 28th Nov 2015 - 15:15 Saracens - Worcester Warriors Twickenham Stadium Aviva Premiership
Sun 6th Dec 2015 - 15:00 Newcastle Falcons - Saracens Kingston Park Aviva Premiership
Sun 13th Dec 2015 - 14:00 Oyonnax - Saracens Charles Mathon Stadium ECC
Sat 19th Dec 2015 - 13:00 Saracens - Oyonnax Allianz Park ECC
Sun 27th Dec 2015 - 15:00 Wasps - Saracens Ricoh Arena Aviva Premiership
Sat 2nd Jan 2016 - 15:00 Saracens - Leicester Tigers Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 9th Jan 2016 - 15:00 Harlequins - Saracens The Stoop Aviva Premiership
Sat 16th Jan 2016 - TBC Saracens - Ulster Allianz Park ECC
Sat 23rd Jan 2016 - TBC Toulouse - Saracens Stade Ernest Wallon ECC
Sat 30th Jan 2016 - 15:00 Saracens - Bath Rugby Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 6th Feb 2016 - 15:00 Exeter Chiefs - Saracens Sandy Park Stadium Aviva Premiership
Sat 13th Feb 2016 - 15:00 Saracens - Wasps Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 20th Feb 2016 - 15:00 Saracens - Gloucester Rugby Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 27th Feb 2016 - 15:00 Sale Sharks - Saracens AJ Bell Stadium Aviva Premiership
Sat 5th Mar 2016 - 15:00 Saracens - Northampton Saints Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 12th Mar 2016 - 15:00 London Irish - Saracens Madejski Stadium Aviva Premiership
Sat 19th Mar 2016 - 15:00 Leicester Tigers - Saracens Welford Road Stadium Aviva Premiership
Sat 26th Mar 2016 - 15:00 Saracens - Exeter Chiefs Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 2nd Apr 2016 - 15:00 Bath Rugby - Saracens Recreation Ground Aviva Premiership
Sat 16th Apr 2016 - 15:15 Saracens - Harlequins Wembley Stadium Aviva Premiership
Sat 30th Apr 2016 - 15:00 Saracens - Newcastle Falcons Allianz Park Aviva Premiership
Sat 7th May 2016 - 15:00 Worcester Warriors - Saracens Sixways Stadium Aviva Premiership

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Fixtures are subject to change based on broadcaster rights. Please double check dates online.