Mar 02, 2015
Saracens Global Round-up
Abu Dhabi continued to make history this weekend, but Seattle’s unbeaten run finally came to an end. Catch up with everything that happened across the globe:
Abu Dhabi Saracens
Gulf Top Six leaders Abu Dhabi Saracens made it an unprecedented 8 wins in a row, after they defeated Dubai Hurricanes 40-7. The win sees Saracens edge ever closer to Gulf Top Six glory, with two games of the league left to play.
Impala Saracens, Nairobi
Impala Saracens have finished in sixth place in the 2014-15 Kenya Cup. The club’s Kenya Cup play-off dream ended with a 25-24 loss to Total Nondies. A brave performance from the Gazelles saw them claw back the deficit to just a single point in the last five minutes. But Nondies’ defence held out, with the visitors taking the win.
Kuala Lumpur Saracens
KL Saracens defeated demolished SAJOHA 53-10 to win their third game on the trot and remain undefeated in 2015.
Lelo Saracens, Tbilisi
Lelo Saracens fought back from 13-0 down at halftime to defeat AIA Kutaisi 20-13. Lelo Saracens remain third in the Georgian Premier Division.
Moscow Saracens are in pre-season preparing for the beginning of the Russian Professional Rugby League.
Sao Paulo Saracens
Sao Paulo Saracens finished 7th in the first leg of the Brazil Super Sevens. The inaugural national sevens tournament features the best 12 teams in Brazil.
Without eight of their USA internationals, who were at a national team training camp in Florida, Seattle Saracens narrowly lost 15-12 to Burnaby at Magnuson Park in their third game of the Spring season.
It was the defeat for Saracens since they lost in the Division I finals to the University of British Columbia in May.
The Romanian Cup champions are preparing to begin their SuperLiga Championship campaign in April.
Toa Saracens are in pre-season, preparing for the Tongan Premier Division.