Bath Saracens have claimed top spot in the Dorset & Wilts 3N league after a peculiar end to the season. Despite a slew of game cancellations in the wake of the Coronavirus outbreak, Sarries are relieved that all their hard work and dedication this season was recognised when the RFU posted the final league standings.
Sarries only lost 2 games during the campaign, and amassed 415 points – 174 more than their nearest rival. In a testament to their versatility and discipline, 22 players made their way onto the scoresheet and not a single player was sin-binned this season. Newcomer scrum-half Hamish Donnelly was top points scorer with 105, while 3 year veteran Paddy Thomas was top try scorer with 11.
With a possible league restructure in the works, Sarries are not yet certain which teams they’ll be facing next season, but they look to the future full of confidence and are ready to rise to new challenges. With the government just announcing potential new restrictions on outdoor exercise, the first challenge might be just around the corner.
An additional thank you to our official sponsor this year – Everything It – for their second year of supporting our club, and thanks to all our opposition clubs this year for making this season a memorable one.