Andrew Fenby has joined Saracens on a three-month contract
The 30-year-old Welshman can play on the wing and full-back
Fenby had announced his retirement after leaving London Irish in the summer
Saracens have signed back Andrew Fenby on a short-term deal with immediate effect.
The former London Irish player, who can play on the wing and full-back, has joined the Allianz Park side on a three-month deal after leaving the Exiles in the summer.
The 30-year-old, who is a qualified chartered accountant, played for Newcastle and Scarlets before joining Irish in 2013.
Speaking about Fenby’s arrival, director of rugby Mark McCall said: “With a number of injuries and suspensions to our backline we are very happy to bring a player of Andrew’s talent into the group.
“He’s 30-years of age and has played over 100 professional games in the Pro12 and the Aviva Premiership, so he is an experienced player.
“We feel that he can make a valuable contribution to our squad.”