Northampton Saints wing Courtnall Skosan has been named Travis Perkins Player of the Month for October, after claiming almost 50% of the online supporter vote.
The 31-year-old Springbok picked up the award after beating fellow nominees Juarno Augustus, Fraser Dingwall and Alex Mitchell for his prolific efforts against Worcester Warriors and Leicester Tigers.
Despite only featuring in two of Saints’ four outings in October, Skosan crossed the whitewash five times in the month – scoring an impressive hat-trick on his debut in Black, Green and Gold against Warriors.
The quick-stepping winger made 195 metres with the ball in hand in his two appearances in a Saints shirt, making 25 carries and beating six defenders on his way to scoring five tries.
Saints and Travis Perkins have joined forces this season to offer supporters the chance to win fantastic prizes, while rewarding Northampton’s players for their stellar performances throughout the campaign.
This month’s winner was Graham Calver, who was selected at random out of over 500 supporters who voted on the Travis Perkins Player of the Month award to win £50 worth of Saints Store vouchers.