VOTE: CJ Stander on shortlist for European Player of the Year

Munster’s CJ Stander on the 5 man shortlist.

CJ Stander has made it onto the 5 man shortlist for the 2017 EPCR European player of the year award.

The Munster back row is joined by fellow Irish International and Leinster’s Garry Ringrose, Saracens duo Owen Farrell and Maro Itoje, and Clermont Auvergne’s Camille Lopez.

All men made the cut from the original 15 man list of players which included Munster’s Conor Murray as well.

The Player of the Year will be decided by a public vote. You can vote up till May 13th.

To vote for CJ Stander click this link http://www.epcrugby.com/playeroftheyear2017.

Video courtesy of EPCR on Youtube.

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