Ulster back-row Chris Henry celebrated his selection in Ireland's summer tour by picking up a hat-trick of awards at the province's annual award ceremony on Thursday.
The 25-year-old picked up the prestigious Magners rugby writers’ player of the year award as well as collecting the supporters’ and personality prizes.
And Henry will be desperate to add a first international cap to his trophy cabinet when he travels to Australia and New Zealand as part of Declan Kidney’s 33-man-squad in June.
“I just cannot believe it,” he said. “I would have felt honoured to be the recipient of any of these awards, but to receive three is amazing.
“To be named as the supporters' player of the year is a real honour.”
The awards were given extra meaning to Henry, who lost his father – William – recently.
“He would have been so proud,” he added.
Henry captained Ulster for most of the season in the absence of regular skipper Rory Best guiding them to an eighth place finish in the Magners League.
The No. 8 was a regular feature in the side appearing in 15 of the club’s 18 league fixtures and he was also chosen to captain Irish Wolfhounds against Scotland A.
His place in the side will come under intense pressure next season however, with the arrival of talismanic former All Black Xavier Rush from Cardiff blues.