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Max Malins

Position Fly-Half/Full-Back
Sarries Debut vs Scarlets (27/01/17)
Together SInce 2015
International 2016 World Rugby Championship winner
Sponsor Sergios
D.O.B 07/01/97
International Honours England

A talented member of the Saracens squad, Max Malins showcased his versatility in the 2018/19.

“You’ve got Max Malins coming up; when he steps in you see how good he is.” – Former Sarries wing David Strettle

The Academy graduate starred at both fly-half and full-back for the first team with his scything run and beautiful looping pass to put Alex Lewington in the corner at Leicester Tigers a particular highlight.

Beginning his rugby journey aged six, Malins attended Felsted School and reached the NatWest Schools U18 Vase. It was at Felsted he was spotted by Saracens and he joined the Academy ahead of representing England at Under-18 level.

As he progressed to the Senior Academy, the versatile back signed dual-registration terms with Old Albanian to experience men’s rugby for the first time.

In 2016 Malins tasted success with England Under-20s in the World Rugby Championship and made his Saracens bow a year later in the LV= Cup.

Learning from the likes of Owen Farrell and Alex Goode, Malins has stepped up on numerous occasions in the Premiership and helped a young team reach the 2018/19 Premiership Rugby Cup with some sizzling displays.

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