We’ve decided to see who was every Gallagher Premiership team’s best player and maybe more controversially their worst from Round 13:
Best performer: Joe Cokanasiga – The 21-year-old showed exactly why Eddie Jones rates him so highly. The powerhouse finished off a wonderful try and was impossible for the Falcons to stop throughout, making 85 metres from 13 carries. On the opposite wing, Semesa Rokoduguni also impressed.
Semesa Rokoduguni incredible power 💥— Rugby on BT Sport (@btsportrugby) February 16, 2019
Joe Cokanasiga’s spectacular finish 💫
Simply superb from Bath 👏 pic.twitter.com/F6DnY7o5dy
Worst performer: Nathan Catt – Wasn’t particularly bad, just unimpressive. The 31-year-old loosehead scrummaged okay but missed two tackles in defence before being replaced after 57 minutes.
Best performer: Harry Thacker- The front rower was his usual livewire self with the ball in hand at Ashton Gate, consistently offering himself as a ball-carrier. Also good with his throwing.
Worst performer: Ian Madigan – Didn’t control the game. Far below the high standards he’s set while at Bristol. The Ireland international also missed three tackles.
Best performer: Sean Lonsdale – The 22-year-old flanker put in a huge defensive effort for Chiefs away at Gloucester, making a stunning contribution of 25 tackles.
Worst performer: Jonny Hill – The England hopeful has been