Southland flanker John Hardie has won the Stags player of the year award at Rugby Southland's annual function in Invercargill tonight.
Hardie, who won the award in 2011 as well, also picked up the players' player award.
Scott Eade, who did a good job for Southland at both first-five and halfback this season, took out the Stags contribution of the Year award.
Eade, who is studying towards a diploma in journalism, also claimed the award for off-field achievement.
Last year's player of the year, Josh Bekhuis, was named the Southland supporters club player of the year, while Willis Halaholo deservedly took out the rookie of the year honours.
Stags player of the year award - John Hardie
Players' player of the year - John Hardie
NZRPA/Westpac Stags Off-Field Achievement award - Scott Eade
Stags contribution of the year - Scott Eade
Stags rookie of the year - Willis Halaholo
Men's sevens player of the year - Bryan Milne
Women's sevens player of the year - Courtney O'Callaghan
Supporter's club player of the year - Josh Bekhuis
Supporter's club most promising player (Clive Wilson Ltd Trophy) - Willis Halaholo
Galbraith Shield winner - Woodlands
Most improved team in the Southland-wide competition (Bill Foster Trophy) - Te Anau
PGG Wrightson Division One club player of the year - Gregor Laughton
(DLS)Metro player of the year - Alex Taylor
Southland Country player of the year - Phil Halder
Southland secondary schoolgirls player of the year (Active Alarm Services Trophy) - Laura Buckingham
Southland secondary schoolgirls most promising player (Judy Holland Trophy) - Molly Tomlins
Most improved referee (Cue TV award) - Josh Hamill
Southland U18 player of the year (Bruce Robertson Memorial Cup) - Jim Bulitavu
Southland U16 player of the year (Rothbury Cup) - James Napier
Southland U14 player of the year - Benjamin Paulin
Southland U13 player of the year - Sam Hogan
Southland U65kg player of the year - Kalani Elder/Jesse Hawken
Southland U48kg player of the year - Blake Tippett
Season achievements: Tayler Adams (New Zealand under 20), Elliot Dixon, Nick Barrett, Robbie Robinson (New Zealand Maori), Jame Mackintosh (100 games), David Hall (100 games), John Hardie (50 games). Adams (blazer game v Counties), Talemaitoga Tuapati (blazer game v Tasman), Will Murray (tie v Tasman).