Ralph Adams-Hale’s breakthrough season in 2018/19 season was a spectacular success.
Adams-Hale was one of 10 Academy products to appear in the 2018/19 Premiership final.
The Academy graduate earned his first senior cap in the Premiership Rugby Cup in October 2018 against Leicester Tigers before coming off the bench for his Premiership debut in a win over Wasps five weeks later.
His progression continued with a first league try at Bristol Bears before appearing in the Premiership final at the end of the campaign, playing a key part in Sean Maitland’s all-important score.
Prior to his first-team debut, Adams-Hale’s involvement in men’s rugby came on loan at Old Albanian, Ampthill, London Scottish and Bedford Blues.
The prop has represented England at Under-20 level and featured in the 2016 World Rugby Championship final against New Zealand alongside fellow Sarries Max Malins and Ben Earl.
He suffered a serious ankle injury in 2019 which ruled him out for around a year, but he is now back as a regular in the matchday squad and has featured on more than 20 occasions for the Men in Black.
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