In 2018, Clark spent a week in Venezuela experiencing Project Alcatraz, a highly successful community initiative formed in 2003 by RPA Business Club member, Santa Teresa.
Calum Clark is a versatile back rower with a high work rate and physical presence.
Educated at Barnard Castle School in County Durham, he made his Premiership debut as a teenager for Leeds Carnegie, helping England Under-20s to the Junior World Championship final in 2008 and to the same stage the following campaign as captain.
After four years in Yorkshire, the flanker moved to Northampton Saints becoming a Franklin’s Gardens favourite, appearing over 150 times in green, black and gold including the 2010/11 Heineken Cup final and Saints’ 2013/14 Premiership final success.
Clark skippered England Saxons in the same season against Irish Wolfhounds and was included in the Elite Playing Squad ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup. He made his Test debut in August 2015 in a warm-up match against France.
The North East-born 30-year-old joined Saracens in the summer of 2017, making his first appearance against Sale Sharks.
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