Phil Morrow joined Saracens following the conclusion of the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand.
“He’s the best in his field and it’s great to see that his talent has been recognised in this way.” – McCall on Morrow’s Lions inclusion
He had been Head of Fitness for Ireland, leaving the national side to take over as Saracens’ Performance Director and link-up once more with Mark McCall.
The duo had been together at Ulster where Morrow began his career in the province’s Academy in 2001 before being appointed National Academy Fitness Manager, working with Ireland Under-19s and Under-21s.
In October 2003 he took up the post of Head of Strength and Conditioning with the Ulster senior team and five years later became the IRFU’s High Performance Fitness Manager.
Morrow also toured New Zealand with the British & Irish Lions in 2017 and has helped Saracens produce an array of homegrown talent.
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