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Saturday 3 June 2023 Dublin: 18°C

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# heading off
England centre Lozowski the latest to depart Saracens on loan deal
The 26-year-old will join Top 14 outfit Montpellier next season before returning to the English side.
# sarries
Saracens reprimand players for flouting social distancing rules
Billy Vunipola, Alex Goode and some teammates were pictured having coffee together.
# Going Down
Premiership Rugby confirm Saracens will be relegated at end of the season
The club will play in the RFU Championship in 2020/21.
# sarries
Saracens told to comply with salary cap or be relegated from Premiership - report
The defending champions are facing relegation if they are found to have breached the salary cap again.
# sarries
Mark McCall: Saracens salary cap breach not as clear-cut as it seems
The former Ireland centre and club’s director of rugby on Sarries’ punishment.
# tay tay
'In the words of Taylor Swift the haters are going to hate, hate, hate' - Saracens turn negative into a positive to beat Gloucester
The home fans had their fun though.
# asterisk
Saracens could face EPCR action for snubbing Champions Cup launch
The European and English champions were yesterday docked 35 Premiership points and fined £5.36million.
# Rules
Saracens reject report they've broken Premiership salary cap regulations
The club’s owner Nigel Wray is involved in a number of business partnerships with some of the club’s top earners.
# Up and Running
Saracens fight back to make winning start to Premiership title defence
Newcastle led for large periods at Kingston Park, before Sarries showed their power to eek out an opening-weekend win.
# Irish Abroad
Irishman Mark McCall extends contract as Saracens' director of rugby
The former Ulster head coach has guided the English club to major success in recent years.
# sarries
Farrell and Kruis passed fit as Saracens come to Dublin fully locked and loaded
Mark McCall has been able to name a strong XV for Sunday.
# Premiership
Saracens rest stars ahead of Munster showdown but still recover to stun Saints
Meanwhile, Bristol were relegated back to the Championship.
# finalists
James inspires Clermont to Champions Cup semi-final win over Saracens
The Australian out-half was man of the match at an electric Stade Geoffrey-Guichard.
# Irish Abroad
Irishman Mark McCall named as Premiership's leading Director of Rugby
The former Ulster head coach’s excellent work in England has been recognised at the end-of-season awards.
# tipples
Irish rugby fans so vocal 'because they're normally drunk' jokes Saracens' Kelly Brown
The Scottish captain has vast experience of playing in front of fired up Ireland supporters.
# Preview
3 key battles Connacht must win against Saracens tonight
The province’s new signings hold the keys to a potential shock in Galway.
# family portrait
Saracens' new spin on boring old team photos is just fantastic
This squad conains Bananaman, an emu and even a Saracens players or two. We love it.
# Heineken Cup
'Nevin will never be forgotten' - Henderson plans winning tribute for Spence
The Ulster forward believes his side’s league double over Leinster will inspire the team against Saracens today.
# ready semi go
Heineken Cup: Marshall and Afoa ready to face Saracens at Twickenham
Ulster have been buoyed by a win in Dublin, positive fitness updates and reports of a large contingent of travelling fans.
# Irish Abroad
Exiles: O'Shea blasts ref as McCall signs on until 2015 with Saracens
The Harlequins director or rugby believes Quins’ referee on Sunday was out of his depth.
# Irish Abroad
Exiles: McCall backs Saracens to right the wrongs of Thomond showdown
The former Ulster coach is confident his side can progress to the Heineken Cup quarter-finals.
# Heineken Cup
Bonus point for Saracens could prove very important says Borthwick
Munster were clearly the better side against their English opponents but conceded a late penalty.
# Heineken Cup
James Coughlan is good enough to play for Ireland - Rob Penney
Somebody get down to Bear and tell Jamie Heaslip.
# Heineken Cup
Heart and soul sees Munster home and leaves Saracens 'spewing'
Rob Penney brought out some old-school superlatives to praise his victorious side.
Munster v Saracens, Heineken Cup
Rob Penney’s men welcomed a Sarries team to Thomond Park that were previously unbeaten in Pool 1.