It was a slightly different Monday morning for some of the Saracens boys as they turned up at London’s Hard Rock Cafe to give their best impersonations of The King, Elvis Presley.
After a successful Sunday afternoon performance against Leicester Tigers, Fijian international Michael Tagicakibau, Scotland’s Kelly Brown and openside Andy Saull turned out for the Evening Standard’s Disposessed Appeal and showed off their singing talents by busking on London’s streets dressed as The King.
Saracens face an away match at Clermont Auvergne on Saturday as they kick off their Heineken Cup ambitions so what finer way to keep a relaxed frame of mind in the week leading up to it than to have a charitable sing-song. Click below to hear their harmonius efforts![TRB]pwq8C4vDxBU[/TRB]
Saracens will be at home for Round 2 of the Heineken Cup at Wembley against Leinster on Oct 16th. There’ll be entertainment from Tinie Tempah aswell as the chance for three fans to win £250,000 through the crossbar challenge by entering via SMS on the day. Gotta be worth a shot!