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Sean Reffell

Position BackRow
Saracens' record tackler with 39 vs worcester warriors (08/02/19)
Sarries debut vs Exeter Chiefs (03/02/2018)
Sponsor Steve & Jane Greaves
D.O.B 04/11/98
International Honours England U18, U20

Reffell holds the club’s tackle record with an astonishing total of 39.

Sean Reffell made Saracens history in February 2019.

The Academy flanker made a massive 39 tackles for the first team in the Premiership Rugby Cup semi-final win at Worcester Warriors, overtaking club legend Jacque Burger’s previous total (34).

A year before, he made his Sarries debut in the Anglo-Welsh Cup in November 2017 against Sale Sharks as well as featuring a number of times for Old Albanian in National League South 2.

Reffell appeared for Ampthill in the division above in 2018/19 and was a key performer in Sarries’ run to the Premiership Rugby Cup final and Storm’s Shield-winning campaign.

The England Under-20 international was rewarded with a Premiership debut in May 2019, coming on as a replacement against Exeter Chiefs, and picked up the club’s Academy Player of the Year award.

He has now established himself in the Saracens back-row, with over 30 appearances in the number seven shirt thanks to his relentless defensive approach.

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