Poppy Cleall originally joined Saracens in 2012 and spent four seasons with the north London club before signing for Bristol Ladies in summer 2016.
She amassed more than 50 caps for Sarries, during which time she was part of the Premiership and Cup double-winning squad and was nominated for the Premiership Player of the Year Award in 2016.
Cleall rejoined Saracens in 2017 and was a key player in the team’s Tyrrells Premier 15s victories in 2018 and 2019 including being named POTM in the TP15s Final in 2019.
She also teamed up with her identical twin sister Bryony in the forward pack for their first time together in Sarries colours.
Making her way through the England pathway with divisional and England U20 honours, Cleall was given her opportunity to step up to the senior international stage in 2016 when she made her debut, coming off the bench against Scotland in the Six Nations.
She helped England to Six Nations Grand Slam glory in 2017 and 2019 and picked up a runners-up medal at the 2017 Rugby World Cup.
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