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Lumbers Player of The Month
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Ever since Lumbers Jewellers was established in 1881, we have been passionate supporters of our local rugby team, Leicester Tigers. The best-supported and most successful club in English rugby.

Lumbers Jewellers has been a whole hearted sponsor of Leicester Tigers for multiple years. The well-known and hugely popular Player of the Month was a competition we hosted with great pride and we’re proud to announce we’re back!

Our long history with the club can be highlighted throughout the years, most notably when Leicester Tigers won the treble in the season of 2000/2001, winning the Zurich Premiership, Zurich Championship and Heineken Cup.

Dominic has established many long standing friendships with multiple Leicester Tigers players, both past and present and it is always a great pleasure to invite all members of the Leicester Tigers family to Lumbers Jewellers.

The Player of the Month competition has been revamped and it’s officially back! To decide who your favourite player is for this month please submit your vote here.

Please select the image of the player you'd like to see win 'Player of the Month':

  • England international Ford scored eight points from the boot, including a huge effort from the touchline, in the Champions Cup victory over Ulster at Welford Road. Aside from his impact on the scoreboard, Ford also put in a commanding display in the match, with jinking runs and clever kicks to keep his side in a tight tussle with the Irish province.

    George Ford
  • Second-rower Wells featured in all four February fixtures, in the starting line-up against Scarlets and Saints – as well as coming off the bench in the Ulster game and at Allianz Park. Wells was a prominent ball-carrier against Ulster, but it was at Scarlets where he made himself a real nuisance, denying scrum-half Gareth Davies on the tryline and forcing turnovers across the field in an attempt to get Tigers on the front foot.

    Harry Wells
  • Full-back Worth started the games against the Scarlets and Saracens, and set up the try for Jonah Holmes against the Premiership champions with a daring break at Allianz Park. He carried 17 times and made 79 metres against Saracens to stand out on a frustrating afternoon for Tigers.

    George Worth