London Wasps' Christian Wade completed a memorable double at the 15th annual RPA Computacenter Players' Awards.
The Wasps' winger became the first player to be crowned both Computacenter Players' Player of the Year and LV= Young Player of the Year, as voted for by his fellow Aviva Premiership players.
Only Jonny Wilkinson has won both awards before and these were in separate years, 1999 and 2003.
Elsewhere on the evening, Wasps' Joe Launchbury was named England Player of the Year while Dan Norton scooped the equivalent award for Sevens. Emily Scarratt picked up the England Women's Player of the Year while Ieaun Evans was inducted to the RPA Hall of Fame.
Leicester's Geordan Murphy, who will retire at the end of the season, was given the Special Merit Award with Michael Lynagh the recipient of the Blyth Spirit Award. And Ben Youngs' try against Bath for Leicester was given Try of the Season.