Saracens tune up for Leinster by crushing Irish in mismatch
on Sept 19, it served its purpose for Saracens, who used their driving maul to rack up four tries, two of which were scored by England hooker Jamie George, in what seemed a preplanned tactic.
“It was a bit patchy from us,” Mark McCall, Saracens’ director of rugby, said. “We didn’t sustain the good things we did for long enough. I thought we were difficult to play against in the second half, which is what we want to be. We’re not quite where we need to be, but individuals are playing well.”
For Irish, the game exposed a few of their bright young things, especially dynamic flankers Jack Cooke and Isaac Curtis-Harris, to the