An evening with Glenda
Posted by: SSA Events (IP Logged)
Date: 04 November, 2018 14:00

🏉The SSA are delighted to announce the latest in the series of exclusive member events on Thurs 22nd Nov 2018.

🏉Glen Jackson, professional full-time referee for New Zealand rugby union and former Saracens number 10 is coming to see us at Allianz Park!

🏉In what promises to be a fascinating evening the 130 cap Saracen will tell us all about his time playing for sides such as Bay of Plenty, Chiefs, New Zealand BaBaas, New Zealand Maori and of course Saracens where he earned the last of those caps playing in the final against Leicester Tigers in the 2009-10 Guinness premiership final

🏉Now carving out a career as international rugby referee Glen was the first new Zealander to play and referee 100 first-class fixtures.

🏉Details will follow but with one of the most popular #sarriesfamily coming to see us we expect a full house so as ever, reserve your spaces by simply emailing us at

🖥 events.ssa@outlook.com

Re: An evening with Glenda
Posted by: saracen1971 (IP Logged)
Date: 04 November, 2018 18:21

Should be a great night.. with some special guests and some surprises.. don't leave it, over half the spaces gone already!

events.ssa@outlook.com

Free to members 👍

Re: An evening with Glenda
Posted by: AlanE (IP Logged)
Date: 05 November, 2018 14:03

I know he's not a New Zealander but I'm sure Matt Dawson played and refereed over 100 first class matches ;-)



I was 17 miles from Graybridge before I was caught by the school leopard

Re: An evening with Glenda
Posted by: saracen1971 (IP Logged)
Date: 05 November, 2018 16:55

Lee Dickson did both for saints his entire career!

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