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Departing Saracens wing finds new home in Championship

By Josh Raisey
Ben Harris of Saracens makes a break during the Premiership Rugby Cup match between Coventry and Saracens at Butts Park Arena on September 09, 2023 in Coventry, England. (Photo by Cameron Smith/Getty Images)

Saracens wing Ben Harris will join Championship leaders Ealing Trailfinders ahead of next season.

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The 24-year-old’s departure from the StoneX Stadium was announced last week, where he has spent the last four seasons.

Harris made 20 appearances in black during his time in north London, also representing Great Britain at the Tokyo Olympics in sevens during that time.

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“Ealing Trailfinders is an excellent club with a brilliant setup, and I can’t wait to be a part of it,” he said after signing for Ealing.

“I’m very much looking forward to joining up with the boys in pre-season, and I’m hoping that I’ll be able to make a significant contribution towards the club’s success.”

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“I’m excited to be working with Ben Ward and the other coaches too, in order to continue my own development as a player and a person.”

Ealing director of rugby Ben Ward added: “He is coming from a good environment and I know he is keen to get more playing time and kick on with his career. He will bring a lot of pace and power to our team as well as good aerial ability.”

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After his exit from Saracens was announced last week, the former London Irish academy product said: “I’d like to thank everyone at Saracens for making my time here so enjoyable. The people I’ve met, the memories I’ve made on and off the pitch and the brilliant fan base have all made me proud to call this place home for the past four years.

“I’m excited for what lies ahead and hopefully we can finish things on a high this season!”

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