Jackson Wray signs new three-year contract with Saracens

Jackson Wray (right) has been with Saracens since 2009
Jackson Wray (right) has been with Saracens since 2009
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Saracens back-row Jackson Wray has extended his stay at Saracens after signing a new three-year contract.

Wray has been a product of Saracens Academy and was part of the 2008 star names that included Owen Farrell, Jamie George, George Kruis and Will Fraser. The 29-year-old made his senior debut in 2009 and has gone on to make close to 250 appearances for the club including 172 Premiership games.

“I love this club and I’m really pleased to have re-signed for the next three years,” Wray said in a statement released by the club.

“I love being around the boys, around the club; it’s a proper family and a special place to be. I enjoy coming into the environment every day and couldn’t imagine myself anywhere else.”

Saracens director of rugby Mark McCall expressed delight in Wray committing his long-term future with the club.

“The Saracens culture was built by people like Jackson – hard-working, resilient, someone that gives everything when he plays; a player at his best in the club’s biggest moments.

“We are excited that Jackson has committed to the club and will continue to set an example for the next generation, on and off the field, of what it means to be a Saracen.”

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