SARACENS 'A' 24 LEINSTER 'A' 27, Old Albanians RFC
Scorers: Saracens 'A': Tries: Dan Scarbrough, Nico Fraser; Con: Owen Farrell; Pens: Owen Farrell 4
Leinster 'A': Tries: Fergus McFadden, Sean O'Brien, Kyle Tonetti, Gary Brown; Cons: Jonathan Sexton 2; Drop: James Power
Speaking after the game, Leinster 'A' coach Colin McEntee commented: "We took a bit of time to settle in given that we had a number of different combinations, but our intensity in contact got better as the game went on.
"We did very well to win. I was pleased with the application and the intensity of our play and all the players stepped up to the mark.
"It's a busy period for us with a number of games coming up, so it's important to move on from here and I felt the squad showed great character and we will look to build on this.
"This is our third win on the road in-a-row against good quality opposition and we'll go into Monday's game against Bristol with confidence."
Saracens opened the scoring through a penalty from out-half Owen Farrell in the fourth minute, before Leinster struck back after eight minutes through Fergus McFadden, who gathered an intelligent kick through from Jonathan Sexton and Ireland 'A' out-half Sexton added the points.
From a good attacking position, Leinster were punished by a loss of composure and full-back Dan Scarbrough scored a breakaway Saracens try, converted again by Farrell, the son of England international Andy.
Farrell then added another penalty on the stroke of half-time to cut the lead to a single point.
Farrell edged the hosts into a 44th minute lead with his third penalty of the day, before Kyle Tonetti rounded the Saracens defence to score his side's third try of the afternoon a minute later.
With the game ebbing and flowing, Farrell drew his side level with another three-pointer on 55 minutes before right winger Nico Fraser raced clear to give Saracens a 24-19 advantage.
Leinster fought back and in the closing minutes Gary Brown capped a fine flowing move with a stunning try.
And then in injury-time, following some good go-forward ball, replacement out-half James Power sealed the win with a last-gasp drop goal.
SARACENS 'A': Dan Scarbrough; Nico Fraser, Tom Casson, Mike Stanley, James Short; Owen Farrell, Brendan McKibben; Jordan Mitchell, Alex Walker, Alex Brown, Rob Anderson, George Kruis, Jackson Wray, Dave Seymour, Don Barrell.
Replacements: Jamie George, Jamie Bache, Luke Baldwin, Sam Stanley, Henry Staff.
LEINSTER 'A': Ian Madigan; Gary Brown, Fergus McFadden, Kyle Tonetti, Simon Keogh; Jonathan Sexton, Chris Keane; Jack McGrath, John Fogarty, Jamie Hagan, Conor McInerney, Trevor Hogan, Kevin McLaughlin, Sean O'Brien, Stephen Keogh (capt).
Replacements used: Brian Blaney for Fogarty (52 mins), Shane Monahan for McFadden, Paul O'Donohoe for Keane, Royce Burke-Flynn for McGrath (all 65), James Power for Sexton, Eoin Sheriff for McInerney (both 78). Not used: Paul Ryan.