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How well do the Aviva Premiership Rugby finalists know their season in numbers?

Just how well do players competing in the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final know the numbers around their club season?

Ahead of Saracens playing Exeter Chiefs in the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final at Twickenham, Aviva teamed up with Premiership Rugby to ask the players who will be taking to the pitch on Saturday to tackle the numbers and figures around their impressive seasons.

George Kruis, Jamie George, Will Fraser, Henry Slade, Gareth Steenson and Jack Yeandle took on the challenge to answer number-based questions, from how many points they scored in their campaign to how many minutes they played to reach the pinnacle of the domestic rugby season.

Watch the ‘Season in Numbers’ film to find out which club knows their season the best ahead of their eagerly anticipated match at Twickenham…

Numbers are everywhere in rugby. Think you know your numbers? Tackle a rugby-themed maths test at aviva.co.uk/tacklingnumbers for the chance to win prizes!

Aviva Tackling Numbers is an exciting programme in partnership with Premiership Rugby and the 12 clubs that makes learning about numbers more fun and rewarding. It is delivered in schools across the country and available online. Aviva is helping 7-9 year olds put foundations in place for better financial skills later in life.

To find out how you can support your child with numbers and maths, download our hints and tips for parents at aviva.co.uk/tacklingnumbers

Tickets are still available for the Aviva Premiership Rugby Final at Twickenham on Saturday 28 May. Go to premiershiprugby.com/final to buy tickets.
 

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