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Harvey Beaton

Position Prop
Together Since 2016
Toured South Africa with England U18 in 2018
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D.O.B 15/03/01
International Honours England U18

Beaton signed his first club contract in June 2019.

Harvey Beaton played for Maidstone Rugby Club prior to his arrival at Saracens in 2016.

The strong prop is a product of Sutton Valence School and featured for Sarries in the Under-18 Academy League.

Prior to this, his performances led to him touring South Africa with England Under-18s at the start of the 2018/19 pathway season and he was also picked for the 2019 Six Nations festival.

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