Chris Wyles

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At the Heineken Champions Cup launch in Dublin;  Jarrad Butler (Connacht), Jordi Murphy (Ulster), Callum Gibbins (Glasgow Warriors), Ken Owens (Scarlets), Luke Hamilton (Edinburgh), Peter O’Mahony (Munster), Jonathan Sexton (Leinster) and Ellis Jenkins (Cardiff Blues). Photograph: Inpho/Billy Stickland

Pool One      Leinster Coach: Leo Cullen. Last season: Champions. How they qualified: EC champions and Pro14 champion(...)

Nathan Earle scores  Saracens’  fourth try during the  Premiership final against  Exeter Chiefs at Twickenham. Photograph: Henry Browne/Getty Images

Saracens 27 Exeter 10 Saracens were crowned Aviva Premiership champions for a third time in four seasons after ending Exeter’s title reign at Twicken(...)

Chris Wyles of Saracens scores his side’s third try during the Aviva Premiership semi-final against  Wasps at Allianz Park. Photograph: Henry Browne/Getty Images

Saracens 57 Wasps 33 Owen Farrell’s flawless goalkicking helped Saracens overwhelm Wasps 57-33 in an action-packed Aviva Premiership semi-final at Al(...)

Saracens Calum Clark scores his side’s fourth try during the Champions Cup match against Northampton at Franklin’s Gardens. Photograph:  Nigel French/PA Wire

Northampton 13 Saracens 57 Northampton collapsed to another harrowing rout by Saracens after being overwhelmed in their Champions Cup clash at Frankl(...)

Sam Simmonds’ last minute try sent Exeter to the English Premiership final. Photograph: Steve Bardens/Getty

Exeter 18 Saracens 16 Exeter ended Saracens’ hopes of a second successive European and domestic double in dramatic fashion at Sandy Park. Replacemen(...)

Saracens’ Alex Goode slips the tackle of Clermont Auvergne’s Peceli Yato on the way to scoring their third try in the Champions Cup final at Murrayfield. Photograph:   Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Saracens 28 Clermont Auvergne 17 Alex Goode’s late try ensured Saracens secured their second straight European Champions Cup triumph as they edged ou(...)

Clermont’s Morgan Parra and Luke McGrath of Leinster. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Nobody can say Clermont weren’t due one over Leinster. Camille Lopez’s drop goals balances the scales for all those Brock James misses at the RDS in 2(...)

 Chris Wyles goes over to score Saracens’ second try in the Champions Cup semi-final against Munster  at the Aviva Stadium. Photograph: Billy Stickland/Inpho

Munster 10 Saracens 26 The final scoreline brooks no argument, Saracens deserving winners, because in the game-defining moments they managed to conve(...)

Saracens’ Chris Ashton beats the tackle of Scarlets’ Tadhg Beirne to go on and score their third try against the Scarlets. Photograph: David Davies/PA Wire.

Scarlets 22 Saracens 22 Chris Ashton scored a last-gasp try that Owen Farrell converted to save Saracens from a European Champions Cup ambush at tje(...)

 Maro Itoje of Saracens leads the celebrations after their victory during the Aviva Premiership final match between Saracens and Exeter Chiefs at Twickenham Stadium. Photograph: Getty Images

Holders Saracens became the first English club to do the European/domestic double since Wasps in 2004 when they withstood a battling second-half Exete(...)

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