Andy Goode Makes Player Of The Season Shortlist Despite Playing Just 344 Minutes

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Fly-half Andy Goode is on the Rugby Players’ Association player of the year shortlist, despite playing only 344 minutes in the Premiership this season.

The 36-year-old ex-England 10 came out of retirement to join Newcastle Falcons in December on a three-month contract.

He made seven appearances, of which four were starts, and scored 57 points to help Falcons avoid relegation.

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Wasps’ Nathan Hughes, Charles Piutau and George Smith, and Exeter’s Thomas Waldrom complete the five-man list.

Third-placed Wasps are also represented on the young player of the year shortlist by 23-year-old back Elliot Daly, who made his England debut this year.

Another two players who have received their first full England honours – Saracens lock Maro Itoje and Harlequins forward Jack Clifford – are also included.

The list is completed by Leicester’s Harry Thacker and Northampton’s Harry Mallinder.

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