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Saracens have strengthened their back division by signing Tim Streather

Last Updated: 18/04/13 11:46am

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Tim Streather: Has agreed to join Saracens

Tim Streather: Has agreed to join Saracens

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Exciting Nottingham back Tim Streather is to join Saracens from the start of the 2013/14 season.

The 24-year-old centre, who is also comfortable on the wing, has been a star performer at Meadow Lane over the last three campaigns, claiming player of the season honours in 2009.

Streather has notched over 160 points during his Nottingham career so far and and is the club's record play-off try-scorer.

Nottingham are enjoying another fine campaign this season and are guaranteed to finish second in the Championship table, meaning they will again be in contention for promotion via the play-offs.

But Streather will heading to the Premiership for next season whatever happens and current leaders Saracens are delighted with their new acquisition.

Director of Rugby Mark McCall said: "We have been watching Tim for some time and he has proved himself one of the most impressive centres in the Championship. We're delighted he's chosen to advance his career at Saracens."

Streather added: "Saracens are a fantastic club, who consistently challenge for top honours, and I am extremely excited about adding something to a group of players who are of the highest calibre."

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