Mark Flanagan

Second Row
Player Profile: 

Flanagan, 29, had a hugely impressive 2015/16 season at Goldington Road helping the Blues reach the Championship play-offs before being snapped up by Premiership giants Saracens.

The lock soon integrated himself within the squad and made several appearances in his first season at Allianz Park, but with game time hard to come by, he made a loan switch to Munster at the start of the 2017/18 season making six appearances for the province.

The cousin of Irish international Devin Toner, Flanagan began his professional rugby career at Leinster, coming through the club’s academy before making nine senior appearances for the Irish province. After a spell for French Pro D2 side Stade Montois, the second row moved to Bedford before heading to Saracens.

The 6ft7 lock also represented Ireland at U18, U19 and U20 levels, playing in the 2009/10 U20’s World Championship campaign as well as the 2008/09 U20’s Six Nations.

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