21 May 13
The J.P. Morgan Premiership Rugby 7s Cup took place at Old Reigations RFC on Saturday 18th May and was a day full of fast-running, thrilling rugby.
Please carefully weigh-up the case for each player and then vote for the chance to meet him and win this exclusive prize.
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1. Luke Wallace
In the absence of Chris Robshaw, Luke Wallace captained the side to victories over Northampton Saints and Bath Rugby in the LV= Cup. The Harlequins flanker received the man of the match award against Worcester Warriors and has been shortlisted for the LV= breakthrough player of the year for the second successive season.
2. Ben Botica
Ben Botica snatched another dramatic victory for Harlequins by scoring the winning try against Northampton Saints in the LV= Cup. The Harlequins fly-half backed this up a week later with a further 15 points from the boot against Bath Rugby.
3. Karl Dickson
In the absence of Danny Care, Karl Dickson has been electric. A constant threat to any defence, the scrum-half's quick tap penalties have resulted in tries against Gloucester and Northampton Saints, while he was unlucky to be held up himself over the line against Worcester Warriors. The scrum-half has posed a regular threat to defences in both the Aviva Premiership and the LV= Cup.
4. Mark Lambert
Featuring in all games throughout November, Mark Lambert has been an integral part of Harlequins' solid set piece this month. The Harlequins prop is now just three games away from making his 100th appearance for the club.
5. Matt Hopper
The Harlequins centre has been dangerous all month, both in attack and defence. Hopper made a great impact early in the month, finishing off a magnificent try against Gloucester which began inside the Harlequins half. The centre also crossed the whitewash in what proved to be a critical score against Worcester Warriors.