Saracens Women have confirmed that captain Lotte Clapp becomes the latest player to commit her immediate future with the club.
Clapp has made 107 appearances for the club after making her debut in 2014. She is also among the three players to cross the 100 match milestone in the current squad.
She also went on to captain Saracens to two Tyrrells Premier 15s titles and went on to score a try in the 24-20 final win over Harlequins Ladies in 2018. Clapp has also represented England, England Under 20 and England Sevens sides.
“I’m looking forward to spending another year at the club, there’s already been some exciting changes so hoping for another big season!”, she said to the club's official website.
Saracens head coach Alex Austerberry is thrilled by Clapp's decision to extend her stat with the club.
“Lotte is the epitome of Saracens. She has an unbelievable work-rate and cares deeply about the club and the people here. Her character manifests in the way she plays and the way she has leads.
"Added to all that she is a consistently high performer who makes a huge impact on both sides of the ball.”