Saints won the Premiership title on May 31, 2014

Where are they now? Saints' Premiership final match-day squad of 2014

It is now five years to the day that Saints claimed their first and only Premiership title.

The black, green and gold beat Saracens 24-20 in dramatic fashion at Twickenham thanks to Alex Waller's extra-time try. But where are the men who made it happen on that magical day now residing? We answer that question here...

The prop didn't get to play as much as he'd have liked but he still earned a big role in the Premiership final. After leaving Saints, he opted to head to America, where he works as a rugby analyst for NBC Sports.

1. Alex Corbisiero

The prop didn't get to play as much as he'd have liked but he still earned a big role in the Premiership final. After leaving Saints, he opted to head to America, where he works as a rugby analyst for NBC Sports.
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Played a key role in both finals in 2014 and remains a vital part of the Saints squad, though he missed most of last season due to an ACL injury that is likely to rule him out until around November.

2. Mike Haywood

Played a key role in both finals in 2014 and remains a vital part of the Saints squad, though he missed most of last season due to an ACL injury that is likely to rule him out until around November.
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The man who was sent off for punching Tom Youngs in the semi-final against Leicester, Ma'afu retired after a 16-year career and now works for Lawrence Dallaglio's RugbyWorks, which is 'a development programme based on the values of rugby'.

3. Salesi Ma'afu

The man who was sent off for punching Tom Youngs in the semi-final against Leicester, Ma'afu retired after a 16-year career and now works for Lawrence Dallaglio's RugbyWorks, which is 'a development programme based on the values of rugby'.
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The Californian crusher was one of the most important players during the double-winning season and he eventually earned a big-money move to Toulon, but he is now back home, playing for 2018 Major League Rugby champions Seattle Seawolves.

4. Samu Manoa

The Californian crusher was one of the most important players during the double-winning season and he eventually earned a big-money move to Toulon, but he is now back home, playing for 2018 Major League Rugby champions Seattle Seawolves.
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