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Wanderers match to be streamed live
James Grasyson will capatain the Wanderers this evening which is to be streamed by the saints
NEWS: Dylan retires from professional rugby
Northampton Saints can today confirm that Club legend Dylan Hartley has retired from professional rugby with immediate effect.
NEWS: Premier rugby statement on Sarries
PREMIERSHIP RUGBY can confirm that an independent disciplinary panel has reached a decision in respect of charges brought against Saracens Rugby Club for alleged breaches of the Premiership Rugby Salary Cap.
Teams up: Saints v Saracens
SARACENS vs NORTHAMPTON SAINTSGallagher Premiership Rugby, Round OneSaturday 19 October, 2019Allianz ParkKick-off: 3pm
Teams Up: Saints v Wasps - Premiership Cup
Northampton Saints have made nine changes to their side for this weekend’s Premiership Rugby Cup clash against Wasps. The competition’s defending champions return to home soil for the first time this season to lock horns with their midlands rivals, after a defeat away at Sale Sharks last time out. Director of rugby Chris Boyd won two out of three matches against Wasps during his first season at the helm, and the Kiwi has rung the changes with five new faces in his back-line taking to the Franklin’s Gardens turf (kick-off: 3pm, live on BT Sport).
New Kit Revealed
Saints have released the new home shirt for the 2019/2020 season
Two Saints line up to face Wales
Piers Francis will start the game with Lewis Ludlam on the bench, Courtney Lawes won't be making an appearence this week
2019/2020 Fixtures are out
The fixtures have been set, first up we have one of the strongest challenges, an away game at Saracens, is this the best time to play them when they will be missing a big chunk of the squad on world cup duty?
Two more saints join the England Training camp
Further additions have been made to the England squad today, with the Saracens And Exeter players being added next week
Would Saints have reached the top 4 without injuries?
Chirs Boyd has finished his first season in charge at Saints with the goal of getting Saints back into the top 6 the main objective, it's probably fair to say the minority thought we would get into the top 4, by 18 inches they made it capping off an amazing first season of the new era and bringing some silverware with them along the way. The players can't speak high enough of the man at the top, his vision is clear to all and they are headed in the right direction, my question is this, would Saints have acheived the same result, better or worse without the injuries they had?