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Aviva Premiership
May 2, 2013:  "I promise you, the job of selecting the shortlist for this year's Player of the Season carried with it little glamour." Nick Mullins offers an insight into awards season
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Mar 28, 2013:  "Here was the Premiership's form team, full of stellar names and some of the brightest young stars in the game." Nick Mullins looks at the continuing rise of Saracens
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Feb 6, 2013:  "Bill was the best for a million reasons and those of us who've followed, do at least try to hold on to his principals." Nick Mullins talks about the late, great Bill McLaren
Aviva Premiership
Jan 3, 2013:  "As we enter the second stage of the campaign it might be time to doff our woolly hats in Worcester's general direction as well." Nick Mullins assesses the Warriors' progress
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Nov 28, 2012:  "Nothing will be allowed to get in the way of Mitchell's rescue mission and Diamond's determination to make Sale the jewel of northern rugby union." writes Nick Mullins
Aviva Premiership
Oct 25, 2012:  "Botica settled into his new surroundings quickly and it wasn't long before the coaches were describing him as the club's best kicker." ESPN's Nick Mullins writes
Aviva Premiership 2012-13
Sep 19, 2012:  ESPN's Nick Mullins casts his eye across the new arrivals in the Aviva Premiership and wonders whose star will still be shining come the end of the season
Aviva Premiership
Aug 31, 2012:  "The occupants of ESPN's Outside Broadcast truck will be the guinea pigs of a rugby experiment which might revolutionise the way the game's policed." Nick Mullins writes
Harlequins v Leicester, Aviva Premiership Final, May 26
May 24, 2012:  "The two best sides over the course of the campaign will contest this Saturday's Aviva Premiership final but I can't pick between the two sides." ESPN's Nick Mullins writes
Aviva Premiership
May 7, 2012:  "As television captured the day's successes and failures, hiding just behind the HD-quality pictures was a much more sobering story." ESPN's Nick Mullins writes
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