Saracens centre Dom Morris inks contract extension

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Saracens have announced that centre Dom Morris has signed a new contract with the Premiership club.

Morris, who will play his 50th game for the Men in Black in his next outing, has had a solid season so far and has now put pen to paper to extend his stay.

The 24-year-old academy graduate joined the club at just 15 years old and is a regular across the back-line with his searing pace meaning he can also play on the wing as well as in the midfield.

Debuted in 2017

Morris made his debut back in 2017 against the Scarlets and hasn’t looked back since, this season in particular as he has scored some crucial tries including in the away victory over Harlequins in the Premiership.

He has also represented England at U20 level, and after learning from experienced internationals he will now be looking to cement his place in the starting XV.

Morris is as motivated as ever to make his mark in North London over the coming years.

“I’m very happy to be staying on at Saracens, the club means a lot to me and I can’t wait to keep making new memories here,” he said.

Director of rugby Mark McCall is thrilled that Morris will be remaining at StoneX Stadium.

“We are very pleased that Dom has chosen to extend his stay with the club,” he said.

“As a home-grown player, we have been delighted with his progress, particularly in the last couple of seasons and we look forward to him realising his undoubted potential in the years ahead.”

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