Vote now for your Supporters Player of the Season in association with Land Rover. Make your choice on who has been your stand out performer this season, voting closes on 27th April with the winner being announced at the Bath Rugby Annual Awards Evening on Friday 10th May.
The nominees are as follows:
Chudley joined from Exeter Chiefs at the start of the 2018/19 season and has been one of Bath’s top performers. Scoring twice this season and showing leadership qualities that has recently earnt him the captains’ armband.
A recent sevens convert, his transition to the 15’s game has been seamless. With five tries so far in his first season at Bath Rugby, it’s no secret the winger knows his way over the whitewash. He has looked a threat on the ball and has transformed into one of Bath’s stand out performers this season.
Cokanasiga joined Bath Rugby at the beginning of the 2018/19 season from London Irish. The 21-year-old winger is full of potential and his pace and physicality has led to him scoring six tries this season. His form hasn’t gone unnoticed, the young winger earning four international caps this season so far, scoring twice on the big stage.
Another player to have an outstanding season has been Attwood. The second-row has made dominant carries and has been a rock in defence for this season. A lot of unseen work goes into his game and his work rate is phenomenal.
With 19 starts this season, Catt has had a blinder. From looking solid at the scrum to the work he puts into defence, he has been at the core of Bath’s game this season. He has also found a taste for the try line, with three tries to his name, an outstanding statistic for a prop.
Mercer has once again been in superb form this season and the back-rower has received international recognition for his efforts. Six tries so far this season puts Mercer near the top of the Bath Rugby try scoring standings. His diverse skill set has commanded his game and the forward has looked as dangerous in attack as he does in defence.
Stooke has really found his groove this season, adapting from second-row to back-row, he has looked strong in both positions. His work at the breakdown has been exemplary as he has been in defence. The forward has also picked up a try for his efforts along the way.
Rokoduguni has had another magnificent season, with nine tries to his name. From taking impressive high balls to making defenders look silly, Rokoduguni has been his familiar self and one of Bath’s stand out players.
To vote for your Supporters Player of the Season please click here. Voting closes on the 27th April so make sure you don’t miss out.