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Core Stats for the RPI Score

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  • 63 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 71 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 55 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick
  • 29 Try Saver

    Try Saver

    Measures last-defender tackles made by the fullback

Right Wing Rankings

World

#35 / 176 +2

TOP 14

#5 / 37 NC

Position

Right Wing

Height

1.79m

Weight

87kg

DOB

27 Aug 1986

Bio

Nick Abendanon was born in Johannesburg but moved to England at an early age and progressed through the Bath Academy. He played in the England U19 side that went to the 2005 World Cup, ending the tournament as England's joint top scorer. A member of the Grand Slam winning U21 squad in 2005, he suffered an injury, which meant that he missed the World Championships in the summer. Abendanon then made his England Sevens debut in Dubai in 2006, followed by a call up to the England Saxons squad in February 2007. After injuries and illness hit the England squad that toured South Africa in 2007, Abendanon was called up to the squad and made his debut as a replacement in the second Test.

Form

12 Months

Core Stats for the RPI Score

Hover for definitions

  • 63 Influence

    Influence

    Measures the impact of a player 2 minutes prior to a winning moment
  • 71 Attacking

    Attacking

    Measures line breaks, beaten defenders, won penalties and successful offloads
  • 55 Territorial Kick Meters

    Territorial Kick Meters

    Measures territory gained from a kick
  • 29 Try Saver

    Try Saver

    Measures last-defender tackles made by the fullback

Position

Right Wing

Height

1.79m

Weight

87kg

DOB

27 Aug 1986

Bio

Nick Abendanon was born in Johannesburg but moved to England at an early age and progressed through the Bath Academy. He played in the England U19 side that went to the 2005 World Cup, ending the tournament as England's joint top scorer. A member of the Grand Slam winning U21 squad in 2005, he suffered an injury, which meant that he missed the World Championships in the summer. Abendanon then made his England Sevens debut in Dubai in 2006, followed by a call up to the England Saxons squad in February 2007. After injuries and illness hit the England squad that toured South Africa in 2007, Abendanon was called up to the squad and made his debut as a replacement in the second Test.
 
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