17 May 13
Harlequins has confirmed an exciting group of pre-season fixtures as it prepares for the start of the 2013-14 season.
Barritt arrived at Saracens as part of a three year deal in October 2008 from the Super 14 outfit The Sharks.
A powerful centre with a fine distribution game, the English qualified 22-year-old and Super 14 regular made 14 appearances for Saracens last season.
He made an instant impact when he came off the bench against Worcester Warriors midway through the season after joining from Super 14 side the Sharks to score a try on his debut.
His performances quickly caught the eye of the national selectors and he was part of the England Saxons touring squad in the summer of 2009. He has been named in the EPS squad for the 2009/10 season.
Dynamic hooker Brits is a new signing to the Saracens squad for the 2009/10 season, bringing with him a wealth of talent and experience at Super 14 and International level.
The 28-year-old joined from The Stormers franchise where he was a regular in the Super 14 and has also been a mainstay of the Western Province side in the Currie Cup.
Brits made his Springbok debut last summer as a replacement against Italy before featuring in the Tri Nations against New Zealand and Australia.
He won the Man of the Match award when he played for the Barbarians against England at Twickenham in May 2009 and the hooker is no stranger to Vicarage Road having played for his former side The Cats when they visited for a friendly in 2005.
Saracens' leading try scorer last season, Cato enjoyed a fantastic first full season with the Vicarage Road club that also saw him make his England Saxons debut.
Blessed with pace and a natural try scoring ability, Cato scored a try on his full Guinness Premiership debut for Saracens in 2007/08 against Leeds and he hasn't looked back - becoming a regular in the first team ever since.
Cato comes from a sporting background with his grandfather Glen Wilson considered a legend among Brighton and Hove Albion Football Club supporters and although still only 20, he is considered as one of the brightest prospects in the English game.
He scored six tries in five matches as England U20s won the Six Nations Grand Slam in 2008 and he has also been part of the England 7s circuit. His performances last season earned him a call-up to the England Saxons squad and he was part of the 2009 Churchill Cup.