Fraser Dingwall has had plenty of reasons to celebrate in recent days.
Having been named Northampton Saints’ Player of the Month for February and named Premier League Rugby Player of the Month, the former Cambridge rugby club youngster last week won the Gallagher Player of the Month award.
The Cambridge-born center is the eighth Saints player to win the award and it comes after scoring tries in matches against Sale Sharks and Gloucester.
The club’s director of rugby Phil Dawson said: “Fraser’s quality on the field is obvious to everyone, but during February he’s also stepped up fantastically as captain of the team and he’s a really important leader to us on match day and throughout the week.”
To cap off the success, the 23-year-old made his 100th appearance for the Saints during Friday’s 45-26 home victory over Bath.
Dawson added: “Fraser was always mature beyond his years, always wanting to improve – it’s easy to forget he’s still only 23. As a Saints Academy graduate we are very proud to have seen him make 100 appearances for Northampton and there is no doubt he has ahead of him.” a lot “.
The victory at the expense of Bath kept Northampton in fourth place, 14 points behind leaders Saracens.
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