Scottish Building Society Player of the Month: March nominees announced

Scottish Building Society Player of the Month: March nominees announced

The four nominees for March’s Scottish Building Society Player of the Month have today been announced!

James Lang, Sam Skinner, Stuart McInally and Henry Pyrgos are all nominated for the award after impressing in March’s fixtures which saw the capital side face off Leinster, Connacht and Leicester Tigers.

Supporters can now vote using the links below which will close at 5pm on Thursday 6 April.

The winner of the award will have £500 donated to their charity of choice, courtesy of Main Club Partner Scottish Building Society.

Check out our four nominees and learn more about their chosen charities!

James Lang – VOTE HERE

The hard-running centre has been a hugely consistent performer in the capital midfield, bringing energy and flair to the number 12 jersey.

Lang started in all three games in March, with his kicking game coming to the fore in a central playmaking role.

Chosen charity: Cancer Research 


Sam Skinner – VOTE HERE

A classy performer who never fails to give everything to the jersey, Skinner returned to the Edinburgh tight-five against Connacht with a strong and steady performance.

The lock showcased his set-piece skills against Leicester Tigers, providing a stead pair of hands in a knockout European clash.

Chosen charity: Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Charity 


Stuart McInally – VOTE HERE

The club centurion returned to action against Leinster following nearly three months out through injury, putting in a classic all-action ‘Rambo’ performance up front.

McInally has started all three matches throughout March, bringing typical experience and guile to the hooker position.

Chosen charity: Children’s Hospices Across Scotland


Henry Pyrgos – VOTE HERE

Pyrgos was handed the reins against Connacht and Leicester Tigers where he impressed in the number nine jersey, pulling the strings in typical and steady fashion.

Pyrgos’s kicking game was a delight to watch against Tigers, where his tactical chips kept the Leicester back-three in reverse.

Chosen charity: It’s Good 2 Give

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