Oct 13, 2014
Global Network Round-up
Abu Dhabi Saracens
Abu Dhabi Saracens faced a tough Abu Dhabi Harlequins side who were looking for their first win of the season. Abu Dhabi Saracens dominated in the forwards but it was Abu Dhabi Harlequins backs that proved the deciding factor. Final score Abu Dhabi Saracens 9-26 Abu Dhabi Harlequins.
Impala Saracens, Nairob
Impala Saracens faced the defending floodlit champions KCB over the weekend. Impala Saracens took an 11-0 into half time but KCB showed their Championship pedigree, coming back to win the match 25-19.
KL Saracens, Kuala Lumpur
Currently in pre-season.
Lelo Saracens, Tbilisi
Lelo Saracens got back to winning ways with a superb 20 - 19 victory away from home over AIA Kutaisi. They have moved to third place in the Georgian League.
Alexander Yaniushkin, Moscow Saracens scrum half, represented Russia in the Bears final RWC qualifying match against Uruguay. Yaniushkin scored one of Russia's two tries but it was who ran out winners to secure the final RWC spot.
São Paulo Saracens
The USA Eagles squad has been announced and Seattle Saracens players feature heavily. Five of members of the Seattle squad have made Mike Tolkin’s side. Lou Stanfill named captain of the squad for the ARC. Seattle Saracens captain Matt Trouville will make his first start for the Eagles at number eight.
Timisoara Saracens lost 29 - 25 at Baia Mare in the Romanian Cup. Baia Mare, the recently crowned Romanian champions, have now not lost at home for seven years.