Written by Rory Macnair
A Might Campbell hat-trick bought Saracens Ladies again to profitable methods at StoneX Stadium in a 53-7 bonus level win over Bristol Bears Ladies.
An explosive first-half noticed the Ladies in Black firing on all cylinders with Campbell, Emma Uren, Sophie De Goede, Poppy Cleall and Rocky Clark all crossing the whitewash.
Bristol did present menace with a attempt from Courtney Keight getting them on the board earlier than half-time, however the West Nation facet struggled to construct way more in possession.
Saracens closed out the sport with Zoe Harrison scoring within the nook earlier than Campbell accomplished her hat-trick and stored the Ladies in Black atop the Allianz Premier 15s desk.
Saracens shot off the blocks within the first half with improbable kick chase from Sophie De Goede. The Canadian’s laborious work arrange a scientific driving maul attempt from the 5 which led to a fourth minute attempt for Campbell.
Momentum appeared to be with the Ladies in Black however a looping cross from Harrison was picked off by Bristol’s Courtney Keight who ran in 60 metres for the rating. Snowsill duly transformed for the guests to present Bristol a slim lead.
The house facet spent no time feeling unhealthy for themselves and responded in spectacular trend. Robust arms and fast passing noticed Emma Uren glide in for her first of the day after the offload from Sarah McKenna.
Simply two minutes later Poppy Cleall recovered a unfastened ball and arrange a shocking break from De Goede who broke two Bristol tackles on her manner over the attempt line. Saracens seemed assured with a 15-7 lead.
Cleall herself would get on the scoreboard within the 27th minute after dominant attacking from Marlie Packer and Alysha Corrigan cleared the way in which.
Having been known as as much as the GB Ladies’s Sevens squad in February, Uren was clearly within the temper as she discovered an attractive seam to burst by means of the center and get her second attempt of the sport.
England centurion Clark rounded off a formidable first-half efficiency as she dived over after relentless work from the pack.
Saracens got here out flying within the second half with Campbell driving over for her second and fly-half Zoe Harrison notching her third attempt of the season.
Alex Austerberry made a bunch of adjustments as tempo slowed within the later phases however Saracens’ replacements stored up the strain and Campbell accomplished her hat-trick in type.