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Aviva 10th Judge is back

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After another exciting month of Aviva Premiership Rugby, Aviva 10th Judge returns.

Last month, fans embraced their new role as the Aviva 10th Judge with their votes combined with the judging panel made up of nine top rugby journalists helping Bath Rugby flyer, Semesa Rokoduguni, to pick-up the coveted monthly award.

With the Autumn Internationals in full swing, Aviva Premiership Rugby has refused to stay silent, with some standout individual performances during November. Serving as the 10th Judge on the panel, fans can have their say on how the players they watch week-in-week-out have performed in November. Fans can cast their vote by simply entering the name of the player who has impressed the most after each round by visiting www.aviva.co.uk/10thjudge.

Along with the other nine judges' votes, the player with the most nominations will be named the Aviva Premiership Rugby Player of the Month.

And that’s not all… Aviva is rewarding fans for casting their vote, with one lucky fan selected at random each month to win four tickets to an Aviva Premiership Rugby game of their choice. Fans can have their say as 10th Judge until midnight on 4 December and can share their vote with their friends by using #10thJudge on Twitter.

So what are you waiting for? Make your mark as the Aviva 10th Judge and don’t forget to share who received your vote by using #10thJudge on Twitter.

Good luck!

 

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