Scarbrough wings new deal with Saracens

Saracens utility back Dan Scarbrough has signed a new contract that will keep him at the Guinness Premiership club until 2010.

The 29-year-old has put pen to paper on a new Saracens deal and joins fellow backs Glen Jackson, Neil de Kock, Kevin Sorrell and Adam Powell who have also recently signed new contracts with the club.

A former Leeds Tykes player, Scarbrough (a full-back or wing) won a solitary England cap in 2003 when he featured against Wales at the Millennium Stadium.

“Dan has had a very good year and it is disappointing that he has not had the chance of being able to play representative rugby this season,” said Saracens coach Alan Gaffney.

“He is a very adventurous player and certainly someone we want on our side rather than against us.”

Saracens go into this Sunday’s clash against Harlequins in fourth place in the Guinness Premiership and looking to secure a place in the end of season play-offs. The following week, the club welcomes Bath to Vicarage Road for the semi-final of the European Challenge Cup.


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