Voting is now open below for the Travis Perkins Player of the Month prize for May and June, with supporters able to vote for the Saint they believe made the biggest contribution on the pitch over the course of the final two months of the season.
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 23 June.
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.
With Saints taking to the field just once in May, Northampton's coaches have combined the awards for May and June to take in Saints' Gallagher Premiership clashes with Saracens and Newcastle Falcons, as well as their semi-final outing at Leicester Tigers.
A last-gasp fightback at the StoneX Stadium saw Saints snatch two crucial bonus points against Saracens in the penultimate league round before a romping ten-try effort against Falcons rounded off the regular campaign at cinch Stadium at Franklin’s Gardens with a bonus-point win that saw Northampton reach the knockout stages for the first time since 2019.
And despite leading 14-13 on the hour mark at Mattioli Woods Welford Road, Saints were denied the fairytale ending to the season as Leicester powered back with a late try and two penalties to progress to the showcase Final at Twickenham.
Biggar – who brought up a half-century of Premiership appearances against Tigers – scored 32 instrumental points from the tee in his final three outings of the season; while Saints’ Young Player of the Season Freeman scored in each of Saints’ matches across May and June, claiming a hat-trick of tries against Falcons before scoring the Club’s 100th try of the term against Leicester in the semi-final.
Centre Hutchinson also enjoyed a month of running rugby, scoring a game-changing try against Saracens before his 124 metres with the ball in hand and ninth try of the season earned him the Man of the Match medal against Falcons. Meanwhile Lawes led from the front in defence, making an impressive 35 tackles across the three games while missing just three.
PLEASE NOTE: Only one vote per entrant will be counted.