Fly-half Dan Parks has crowned a stellar season by picking up both the Glasgow Warriors' Players' Player of the Year and the Scottish Rugby Writers' Player of the Season awards.
The 31-year-old Scotland international became the first player to score 1,000 points in the Magners League and took his club tally beyond the record 1,500 points barrier.
In addition to racking up the records at club level Parks picked up three man of the match awards during the RBS 6 Nations and kicked Andy Robinson’s men to a last-gasp win over Ireland.
"I am delighted to receive such an award and it is humbling to have received it ahead of so many other cracking players that have stood out this year,” said Parks, who will ply his trade with Cardiff Blues next season.
“I am sad to be leaving the Warriors having loved every minute of my seven years and I wish the team all the best for the future."
The Warriors have already added centre Alex Dunbar, fly-half Duncan Weir, lock Aly Muldowney and flanker Chris Fusaro to their squad for next season, and chief executive Kenny Baillie was full of praise for the departing parks.
"Glasgow Warriors thank Dan for his contributions and tireless efforts over the last seven years and we wish him all the best as he heads off to take on a new challenge at Cardiff Blues,” he said.