The 2012/13 Aviva Premiership by numbers

For the statos amongst you, here’s a breakdown of the facts, figures and key performers of the 2012/13 Aviva Premiership from Opta Stats. Will these players make their mark this time around?

Points scored:

  1. Nick Evans, Harlequins – 258
  2. Freddie Burns, Gloucester – 250
  3. Gareth Steenson, Exeter – 244

Nick Evans

Kicking accuracy:

  1. Alex Davies, London Welsh – 92.31%
  2. Danny Gray, Worcester – 90%
  3. Olly Barkley, Bath – 85.29%

Tries scored:

  1. Tom Varndell , Wasps – 13
  2. Christian Wade, Wasps – 13
  3. Jamie Elliott, Northampton – 10

Minutes played:

  1. Nick Easter, Harlequins – 1783
  2. James Percival, Worcester – 1735
  3. Richard Baxter, Exeter – 1732

London Wasps v Harlequins - Aviva Premiership

Carries made:

  1. Nick Easter, Harlequins – 280
  2. Billy Vunipola, Wasps – 210
  3. Jordan Crane, Leicester – 210

Offloads made:

  1. Joel Tomkins, Saracens – 43
  2. Nick Easter, Harlequins – 42
  3. Mike Brown, Harlequins – 36

Tackles made:

  1. Julian Salvi, Leicester – 213
  2. James Percival, Worcester – 204
  3. Richard Baxter, Exeter – 195

Tackle success:

  1. Lua Lokotui, Gloucester – 100%
  2. Ceri Jones, Worcester – 99%
  3. Kelly Brown, Saracens – 97%

Turnovers won:

  1. Julian Salvi, Leicester – 28
  2. Billy Twelvetrees, Gloucester – 18
  3. Matthew Garvey, London Irish – 16

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Lineouts won:

  1. Marco Wentzel, Wasps – 102
  2. Kearnan Myall, Sale – 80
  3. George Robson, Harlequins – 76

Most points in a game (individual):

Charlie Hodgson, Saracens – 28 (away at London Welsh, 7 Oct)

Most points in a game (team):

Leicester – 48-10 (v Sale, 2 Mar)

Most conversions in a game:

George Ford, Leicester – 6 (v Sale, 2 Feb)

Fastest try:

25secs – Nick Abendanon, Bath (away at Wasps, 6 Jan)

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