Tompkins scored a hat-trick against Gloucester on his 100th appearance for Saracens.
Nick Tompkins is fast-becoming known for his explosive lines and staunch defending.
Now an exciting centre, his rugby career began in the forwards as a flanker before he moved into the midfield in his mid-teens, representing Kent at county level and London & South East Under-16s.
He then joined the Saracens Academy and in 2012 made his first-team debut in the LV= Cup, a tournament he helped Sarries win in 2014/15.
Tompkins’ dynamic skillset and enthusiastic nature saw him excel for the Men in Black in 2018/19, featuring heavily in the club’s run to their third European success and fifth Premiership title, and he is a centurion with more than 120 appearances for the North Londoners.
The former England Under-20 international, who won the 2014 Junior World Championship, signed long-term contract in November 2018 until the summer of 2022.
His form has led to international recognition with Wales for whom he qualifies because of his Welsh grandmother, and he now has 10 caps for his country.
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