EXETER Saracens have unveiled their new-look coaching structure for a big season ahead.
Saracens celebrate their diamond jubilee this winter and the best way of celebrating it would be winning promotion back to Western Counties West.
The Whipton-based side had a torrid time last term and dropped into the Cornwall & Devon League at the end of it.
Ross Bovingdon continues as head coach, assisted by Lee Davis and Mike Bovingdon. Rob Martin will coach the second XV and the colts coaches are Bryan Logan and Ryan Williams.
Matt Hilton will carry on as first team skipper.
Sarries have been training on Tuesday nights (6.30pm) for the past three weeks and have seen some new faces turn up.
Among them are Andrew Clarke, a full-back with previous experience of playing in New Zealand, Scott Simpson, a scrum-half from Ireland, David Stainer-Smith and Tom Peters from Wessex, David Bamber from Withycombe and rugby league convert Ed Powell.
Gone from last season's squad are Dan Dimoline and James Boult, who have landed jobs in London.
Warm-up games before the serious stuff starts are away to Honiton on August 24 and a home double-header against Cullompton seconds and thirds on August 31.
There is also an inter-club trial on August 17 at Whipton, followed by a barbecue.
The season opens with a trip to Veor on September 7.