Sep 15, 2014
Global Network Review
Four of Saracens nine Global Network sides were in action over the weekend, we take a look at how they got on across the globe.
Abu Dhabi Saracens
Impala Saracens, Nairobi
KL Saracens, Kuala Lumpur
Lelo Saracens, Tbilisi
The Georgian league is on a break as European qualification is taking place.
Currently awaiting draw for the Russian Cup.
São Paulo Saracens
It had been a long time coming but São Paulo Saracens finally recorded a long awaited win. The 50-21 win gave São Paulo Saracens five more league points and daylight between them and the league’s bottom two sides.
Seattle Saracens' great start to the season continued over the weekend. The team travelled north of the border to Canada for their first match on the road. The travel time seemed to not faze Seattle Saracens as they won 47-10. In the first two matches they have scored 101 points and only conceded 27 points.
After the hugely controversial semi-final defeat, Timisoara Saracens were left having to compete in the third place playoff. They showed that they belonged in final as they scored five tries winning 43-3 and securing third place.
Toa Saracens will now hold the local bragging rights as they won their grudge match against Kolomotu'a Eagles in a one sided affair. The 45-15 victory means they have made it into the top eight playoffs.