The Argentine wins the club’s monthly prize after his inaugural nomination for the prize, winning 46% of the Warrior Nation vote to take on the challenge from team-mate Jamie Dobie.
Arriving at Scotstoun in the summer of 2021, the former Jaguares flier showed precisely why he was so sought after by the Glasgow Warriors coaching staff throughout March.
The 28-year-old was the catalyst for a sensational scoreline in the 2021/22 1872 Cup opener, identifying a turnover and a clear run before returning a no-look pass from Campese to dispatch Josh McKay for a memorable essay. against Edinburgh at Scotstoun.
Cancelliere then followed that performance by scoring his first two tries for Glasgow a week later, crossing for a brace in the narrow 32-26 loss to Cardiff.
The winger’s footwork and acceleration were on full display as he finished a break from Kyle Steyn to slalom for his first try, before landing an interception and running 65 yards to dive into the corner early in the game. the second half.
Coming from the Hindu Club of Buenos Aires, Cancelliere also has an engineering degree apart from his career as a rugby player.