Stand-off Dan Parks has been named Scotland's player of the World Cup by his team-mates.
The 29-year-old, who played in all five matches during the tournament as Scotland maintained their record of always qualifying for the knockout stages, was hailed by coach Frank Hadden for the tremendous consistency of his line-kicking and distribution.
Parks, the Glasgow Warriors pivot, kicked six goals out of seven attempts during the tournament and added his fourth Scotland try in the opening pool victory over Portugal.
All players in the Scotland squad voted for their top performer after each game. Runner-up was Sale Sharks full-back/wing Rory Lamont while third place was taken by No 8 Simon Taylor of Stade Francais.