As Patrons of the Saracens Sports Foundation, we have a great opportunity to help the Foundation raise £20,000 to fund their on-going programme with Autistic Children. The Foundation are looking for volunteers to help with the following roles before the game against London Irish on January 3rd:
Work with Pioneers to give out Foundation flyers at the three entry gates to the stadium – flyers explain the cause and fundraising activities on the day Man Foundation information tables – these will be in one of the R+B marquees and/or the indoor bar area Help Foundation staff manage an activity zone on
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The polls have closed; the votes have been counted; and the winner is……..
Many congratulations to Charlie, having put in an enormous shift in Owen Farrell’s absence, with four very tough games against Bath, Gloucester, Clermont and Munster during October. All being well, we hope to present Charlie with the award after the home European Championship game against Sale on December 13th.
GoCarShare is a social media based car sharing service that provides a meeting point wherein drivers and potential passengers can connect and organise a journey.
Heading into the 2014/15 season GoCarShare was unveiled as the official partners of Saracens, and, as such, are looking more than ever to help in the provision of a fantastic game day experience for Saracens’ fans, both home and away. In particular, GoCarShare can offer a cost-effective alternative to away coach travel. Read more here.
The confirmed Saracens players for the Darts Legends Night are David Strettle, Richard Barrington, Mouritz Botha and Hayden Stringer. The Saracens players will go toe to toe with the two former World Champions, Eric Bristow and Keith Deller, in this one-night-only event.
The evening will be hosted at Allianz Park by darts referee Russ Bray, aka ‘The Voice’ on Wednesday 26th November for only £25 including food and drink.
With Saracens returning this week to the HAC for their game against Ospreys, did you know that the relationship with the HAC goes back over 100 years.
The first game between the two dates back as far as the 1900/01 season, with the Saracens ‘Crusaders’ side (effectively the 2nd team), under the leadership of J G Brodie, defeating the HAC “A” side for a rare victory that season.
Read more over on Saracens Rugby Club and WW1
Colin Veitch (Coaching Development Manager for the Saracens Amateurs) and Tom Weir (vice-captain of the amateur 1st XV) have approached the SSA in connection with the Saracens RFC WW1 Project. Colin and Tom have set themselves the goal of uncovering & recording, for the first time, the history of those Saracens Club members that fought and died in the Great War.
Their intention is to pay tribute to our fellow Saracens players who lost their lives in the conflict by creating a Roll of Honour at the Club, which they hope will serve as a permanent and appropriate reminder of their sacrifice.