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Vote now for your cinch Player of the Month for November and win!
Vote now for your cinch Player of the Month for November and win!

Vote now for your cinch Player of the Month for November and win!

Voting for the cinch Player of the Month award for November is now open, with supporters able to choose the Saint they believe made the biggest contribution on the pitch across the month.

The competition will remain open for one week before the winning player is announced by Northampton Saints and cinch, with voting closing on Thursday 14 December.

Throughout the season, cinch will also be offering up a range of prizes for those who vote for the award, with one lucky supporter each month selected at random after voting closes. For November, one lucky winner will receive a personalised signed Saints shirt from the winner of this month’s vote! 

Saints Season Ticket Holders and Members are also in with the chance of awarding the trophy to the winning player – once you've cast your vote below, just visit rewards.northamptonsaints.co.uk to enter! 

Northampton rose up the Gallagher Premiership table in November, claiming three important home wins against Bath Rugby (24-18), Exeter Chiefs (34-19) and Harlequins (36-33) – with a disappointing loss at rivals Leicester Tigers (26-17) the only blemish on their scorecard. 

With those clashes in mind, Saints’ coaches have selected four nominees for the monthly gong; George Furbank, George Hendy, Curtis Langdon and Tom Pearson

Furbank featured in three of Saints’ four outings, with a stellar showing at fly-half against Quins – which included an 11-point haul from the tee and a Player of the Match award – capping off an impressive month on the field for the 27-year-old. 

Meanwhile, Hendy started all four of Saints’ matches – twice on the wing and twice at fullback – making some 30 carries across the month and adding a try to his tally against Bath. 

Langdon featured in three matches in Black, Green and Gold, with a strong showing in both attack and defence as the 26-year-old hooker made some 32 tackles and 24 carries across the month.

And back row Pearson has continued his fine form into November, hitting hard in defence with 42 tackles across his four matches last month while also making 31 carries and hitting some 55 attacking rucks – while also getting across the whitewash against Bath. 

You can cast your vote below, but please note: only ONE vote per entrant will be counted.

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