Saracens and England centre Alex Lozowski is hoping to win the double again next season after their triumphs this term. Lozowski’s men beat Exeter Chiefs in the final of the Gallagher Premiership at Twickenham on Saturday in a thrilling encounter which ended 37-34.
Saracens found themselves 11 points behind at one stage of the contest but had to rely on a late rally from Liam Williams, Sean Maitland and Jamie George as they crossed the whitewash to give them their second successive Premiership title.
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It added to their European triumph earlier this season when they were victors against Leinster, and they have now done the double twice in four years. And, following their win, which was the eighth major trophy the club has picked up since Mark McCall took the reigns in 2011, Lozowski says they want to build on this latest success.
“I think everyone has worked so hard to get here,” Lozowski said. “Some of those lads were involved in the 2016 one (double) as well. I think we will probably enjoy the next few days and then reflect and realise what a great achievement it is.
“Maybe when we all retire and hang up our boots it will be nice to look back on. “The boys are all so hungry, and I think they want to enjoy the off-season, come back and then do it all again.”Copyright © 2020 Completesports.com All rights reserved. The information contained in Completesports.com may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed without the prior written authority of Completesports.com.