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Neil de Kock
Monday 15th April 18:03
Worcester centre Josh Matavesi has been cited for a challenge on Saracens scrum-half Neil de Kock.
Tuesday 22nd November 14:31
Saracens scrum-half Neil de Kock has been ruled out of action for up to 12 weeks with a fractured arm.
Friday 14th May 11:10
Saracens scrum-half Neil de Kock knows his side face a tough task when they clash with Northampton on Sunday.
Tuesday 12th January 14:46
England Saxons duo Noah Cato and Adam Powell are among 11 Saracens players to extend their contracts.
Tuesday 13th January 08:23
Saracens have been rocked by news that No.8 Michael Owen and scrum-half Neil de Kock face lengthy spells on the sidelines
Sunday 12th October 18:44
Saracens demolished French side Mont de Marsan with a seven try romp in their European Challenge Cup clash at Vicarage Road on Sunday.
Friday 25th April 07:05
Neil de Kock admits victory over Munster on Sunday will give Saracens one of their main aims this season - respect in Europe.
Monday 7th January 16:20
Saracens captain Neil de Kock has branded their Heineken Cup clash with Biarritz 'the most important game of our season so far'.
Sunday 30th December 17:53
Jamie Noon's 78th-minute try gave Newcastle Falcons their first away win in the Guinness Premiership for 13 months with a 22-19 success at Saracens.
Wednesday 22nd August 15:29
Saracens have selected South Africa international Neil de Kock as their new team captain.
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New Zealand remain top of the Rugby Championship after beating South Africa 14-10 in Wellington on Saturday.
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