Jun 11, 2015
Top 10 try celebrations of the season
What a season we've just had! Six trophies across the club, and some fine rugby to boot.
The stats don't lie either. In the Aviva Premiership, LV=Cup, Sanlam Challenges and the European Champions Cup, Saracens have crossed the whitewash 112 times, with 31 different try scorers.
Here are a few images of some of the best try celebrations of the 2014/15 season. Which one is your favourite?
1. Chris Ashton vs Wasps
Chris Ashton celebrates alongside Richard Wigglesworth and Kelly Brown after scoring against Wasps in the London Double Header at Twickenham Stadium.
2. David Strettle vs Wasps
The elation of his match-winning (and hat-trick) score is etched all over the face of David Strettle. His last gasp score in the final seconds of Saracens' 34-28 win over Wasps in Round 1 of the Premiership was a brilliant way to start the season.
3. Charlie Hodgson vs Harlequins
Charlie Hodgson is mobbed by his Saracens teammates after he scuttled away to score a first half try in his side's 39-0 drubbing of Harlequins in September.
4. Billy Vunipola vs London Irish
Big Billy seals it! A late try from Billy Vunipola snatches victory from the jaws of defeat in Saracens round 3 win away to London Irish.
5. Chris Ashton vs ASM Clermont Auvergne
Alex Goode rushes over to congratulate wing Chris Ashton on one of his two tries against ASM Clermont Auvergne.
6. Chris Ashton vs Munster
Chris Ashton leaps into the air after crossing for his first of two tries against Munster in one of Saracens performances of the season. The north Londoners beat the Red Machine 33-10 at a packed out Allianz Park in January.
7. David Strettle vs Exeter Chiefs
Prolific wing David Strettle hugs it out after scoring his second try of the 2014/15 LV=Cup final. Saracens won the game against Exeter 23-20.
8. Chris Wyles vs Exeter Chiefs
We think Chris Wyles enjoyed this one against the Exeter Chiefs in May.
9. Chris Wyles vs Bath
The 'Wyles Thing' was at it again, this time on the biggest stage of all. The USA international crossed in the Aviva Premiership final.
10. Jamie George vs Bath
Somewhere under that pile of bodies is Jamie George. The Sarries hooker is congratulated after his Usain Bolt effort in the first half of the Aviva Premiership final.