Formerly of Saracens Academy, Jack Singleton departed north London for Worcester Warriors ahead of the 2014/15.
“It’s a homecoming for me; I came through the Academy and it’s the club I supported from a young age.”
An exciting, young hooker, the World Rugby Championship winner, who scored four tries in one match against Italy for England Under-20s in the tournament, graduated from the Warriors’ Senior Academy to make his Premiership debut in 2016.
The following season, which saw him appear regularly for the Sixways club, he won the club’s Young Player of the Year award and went on to earn a first call-up to the England squad.
He played in an uncapped match against the Barbarians in May 2017, later touring Argentina that summer and was selected by Eddie Jones the following summer for the three-Test series in South Africa.
Returning to his boyhood club this summer, Singleton’s first match in a Saracens shirt may have to wait until the end of 2019 due to his potential involvement in England’s Rugby World Cup squad.
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