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Fraser Dingwall, Lewis Ludlam, Alex Mitchell and Sam Matavesi have been nominated for the Travis Perkins Player of the Month for January.
Fraser Dingwall, Lewis Ludlam, Alex Mitchell and Sam Matavesi have been nominated for the Travis Perkins Player of the Month for January.
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Vote now for your Travis Perkins Player of the Month and win £50 of vouchers!

Voting is now open below for the Travis Perkins Player of the Month prize for January, with supporters able to vote for the Saint they believe made the biggest contribution on the pitch over the course of the month.

The competition will remain open for one week before the winning player is announced by Northampton Saints and Travis Perkins, with voting closing at midnight on Thursday 17 February.

Travis Perkins are also offering a special prize for those that vote for the award; one lucky supporter who votes for their Player of the Month will be selected at random and win a £50 voucher to spend in the Saints Store.

Saints started 2022 on home soil against Saracens before completing an impressive 44-8 win over Newcastle Falcons in Round 13 of the Gallagher Premiership; and after a European break that saw Northampton narrowly defeated by Ulster Rugby, Chris Boyd’s side rounded off the month with another bonus-point win against Worcester Warriors. 

With those clashes in mind, Northampton’s coaches have narrowed the candidates for the monthly award down to four nominees – Fraser DingwallLewis Ludlam, Alex Mitchell and Sam Matavesi.

Centre Dingwall led Saints in their bonus-point win at Worcester, making 36 tackles across his three outings while also making 133 metres with the ball in hand; and club captain Ludlam was named Land Rover Player of the Week across the league after his efforts against Newcastle, making 54 tackles in three matches with an impressive 93% success rate.

Meanwhile Matavesi’s attack saw him beat some 11 defenders across the month, assisting a try with one of his five offloads against Newcastle alone; and scrum-half Mitchell also continued his run of attacking form, beating eight defenders and making 143 metres with the ball in hand while adding a sixth try to his tally for the season so far against Worcester.

PLEASE NOTE: Only one vote per entrant will be counted.

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