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Owen Farrell - Aviva Premiership Player of the MonthOwen Farrell is a rugby union player (born 21 September 1991) currently playing for Aviva PremierShip Rugby side Saracens.

He is Andy Farrell's son. His primary position is centre, but he often plays flyhalf/centre.

He held the record of youngest ever player to appear in English professional rugby union after playing for Saracens 11 days after his 17th birthday, in a 26--17 home defeat against Llanelli Scarlets in the EDF Energy Cup on 5 October 2008,[2] until this record was broken in November 2009 by Leicester's George Ford, the son of another former Rugby League international (Mike Ford).

In the 2010--11 season, Farrell signed for Bedford Blues on loan. However, he returned to Saracens and was pivotal in the 2010-11 Aviva Premiership Final kicking five penalties and converting James Short's try for a personal haul of 17 points in the 22-18 victory over reigning champions Leicester Tigers.

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