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English and European champion Saracens have been docked 35 points and fined more than £5.3 million (NZ$10.6m) for multiple breaches of Premiership Rugby’s salary cap regulations.
Club chairman Nigel Wray said they intended to appeal, which would delay the sanctions.
An independent panel led by John Dyson, a former judge, found the London-based club failed to disclose payments to players in each of the 2016-17, 2017-18, and 2018-19 seasons, and exceeded the ceiling for payments to senior players. Saracens won the European Cup in 2017, the Premiership in 2018, and both this year.
The panel was established after a nine-month Premiership Rugby investigation led to charges being brought in June. The panel upheld all the charges.
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