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Wray sticks with Saracens

Jackson Wray has become the latest Saracens player to commit his playing future to the Aviva Premiership club.

Saracens announced that back-row forward Wray, 24, had agreed a long-term deal.

And in doing so, he follows the likes of Owen Farrell, Brad Barritt and George Kruis, who all recently put pen to paper.

Saracens rugby director Mark McCall said: " Jackson's progress, especially during this season, has been fantastic.

"He has worked incredibly hard at improving all aspects of his game and is always striving to be a better player.

"He's on the right track to gain higher honours, and along with other members of the group, Jackson is a key part of Saracens going forward."

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