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Changes to Saracens Mavericks squad

Two additional training partners have been added to the Saracens Mavericks squad for the 2020 season - Phoebe Cadagon and Aliyah Zaranyika. The addition of these two players takes the Saracens Mavericks squad to 14, with 10 registered players and 4 training partners. The process that took place for these players being included after the signing window is as follows: • All correct paperwork and registration documents for these players had already been submitted by Saracens Mavericks to the league before the player registration deadline. • Due to internal administration error and miss-communication within Saracens Mavericks and subsequent communication with the league, these players were then withdrawn from the squad before the player registration deadline. • Once the player registration deadline had passed, Saracens Mavericks realised there had been a mistake and therefore contacted the league in an attempt to get the players reinstated. • The matter was referred to the league Competitions Committee who looked at all the evidence before deciding to reinstate the two players, in accordance with Section C Regulation 1.2.1 of the Superleague Rules and Regulations. • Saracens Mavericks were contacted and informed of the decision. • All franchises have now been contacted to inform them of the decision. Saracens Mavericks squad has been amended and now contains 10 players and 4 training partners for the 2020 season. This takes the number of registered players in the league to 148.

Two additional training partners have been added to the Saracens Mavericks squad for the 2020 season – Phoebe Cadagon and Aliyah Zaranyika. The addition of these two players takes the Saracens Mavericks squad to 14, with 10 registered players and 4 training partners.

The process that took place for these players being included after the signing window is as follows:

• All correct paperwork and registration documents for these players had already been submitted by Saracens Mavericks to the league before the player registration deadline.
• Due to internal administration error and miss-communication within Saracens Mavericks and subsequent communication with the league, these players were then withdrawn from the squad before the player registration deadline.
• Once the player registration deadline had passed, Saracens Mavericks realised there had been a mistake and therefore contacted the league in an attempt to get the players reinstated.
• The matter was referred to the league Competitions Committee who looked at all the evidence before deciding to reinstate the two players, in accordance with Section C Regulation 1.2.1 of the Superleague Rules and Regulations.
• Saracens Mavericks were contacted and informed of the decision.
• All franchises have now been contacted to inform them of the decision.

Saracens Mavericks squad has been amended and now contains 10 players and 4 training partners for the 2020 season. This takes the number of registered players in the league to 148.

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