Alysha Corrigan, Georgia Evans, Catha Jacobs and Chantelle Miell have all signed new Saracens contracts for the 2022/23 season.

Corrigan and Evans played in Saracens' 43-21 win over Exeter Chiefs in the Allianz Premier 15s final last term, while Jacobs and Miell were crucial parts of the squad during the regular season.

The league will get underway on 19 November, following the climax of the 2021 Rugby World Cup with Sarries' Allianz Cup campaign starting on 25 September when they host Bristol Bears.Β 

And Sarries head coach Alex Austerberry explained his delight at having further depth in his squad.

He said: β€œIt is great that Alysha has committed to the club for a third season.

Her presence on and off the field has grown over that time and her game has certainly developed to another level.

"It is exciting to have the opportunity to see just how far her game can go and we get to see that in a Saracens shirt.

"G is a hard-working and industrious player who is committed in every performance.

"Over her time at Saracens, she has developed into a very physical and versatile player who consistently influences and impacts games.

"Very competitive and confrontational, G is yet another player whose best is yet to come and that will be great to see."

Corrigan, Evans and Jacobs will be hoping to represent Canada, Wales and South Africa respectively during this autumn's World Cup.

And Austerberry added that he expects his stars to shine upon their return from New Zealand.

He added: "Catha joined the club having impressed in the autumn internationals.

"During last season we saw her growth and impact and it was disappointing her season was cut short by injury.

"I have no doubt that when Catha returns from the World Cup she will be in a great place to really kick on.

"Chantelle has been at the club for five seasons and contributes significantly on and off the field.

"A versatile rugby player with the skill set and game understanding to be able to play across the back line, she is a real asset to the group.

"Off the field, she plays a significant role in driving our culture.

"It is great to have her involved for another season and we look forward to her returning from long-term injury in the new year.”