Tim Swinson: Ex-Scotland lock and Saracens to retire from Premiership final

Tim Swinson scores a try for Scotland
Tim Swinson won 38 caps in Scotland

After defeating Leicester Tigers in the Saracens Premiership final, Tim Swinson, a former Scotland international, will retire from rugby union.

Swinson has won 38 caps for Scotland in 2013 and 2019 and 41 times for Sarries during two seasons.

Maro Itoje started in the second line for the club. semi-final win over rivals Harlequins Saturday

He said, “Thank you to Saracens for welcoming, supporting, and challenging me to be better rugby player.” websiteexternal-link.

“The memories made in these two years will be treasured for a lifetime.”

Swinson's professional career began at Newcastle Falcons, in 2007. He then moved to Glasgow after five seasons.

Then, he announced his intention of retiring in 2020. He moved to Saracens where he won the Championship his first season.

At Twickenham, Saracens will face Leicester at 15:00 BST Saturday. The winner of this season's Premiership championships will be announced.

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