Habana probably will end up getting it, but I don't think he has been near to the best player in the tournament. Fourie du Preez and Percival Montgomery have both been better players than him this tournament IMO.
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If Wilkinson kicks the winning goal, or an important drop goal in the final, then he'll get it. I don't think he deserves it though, so my vote would be for Habana or du Preez.
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Habana, Du Preez, Matfield, Hernandez...I feel the player of the tournament will be found from that group of players.
du Preez for mine; Matfield a very close second tho.
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Habana had a pretty big game in the final, surely would do his chances no harm.
He choked in the semi-final.
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Is this even an official award?
Habana won the IRB player of the year award, so I guess he would've won this too.
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