Gloucester wing-1/2 Danny Cipriani has been crowned the Premiership Player of the Season to catch an awards double.
The 31-year-dilapidated had already gained the Rugby Avid gamers Affiliation’s annual award earlier this month.
He is simplest the 2nd player, after Wasps’ Jimmy Gopperth in 2017, to take each and every awards within the identical season.
Sale’s Faf De Klerk, Saracens’ Alex Goode, Northampton’s Cobus Reinach, Exeter’s Matt Kvesic and Bristol’s Steven Luatua had been additionally nominated.
Saracens’ Imprint McCall gained the Director of Rugby of the Season award, after main the north London club to a 1/Three European Champions Cup title, with a Premiership semi-last play-off against Gloucester on Saturday to come.
Cipriani has been pivotal to the Cherry and Whites’ revival in his first season at Kingsholm, assisting extra tries – thirteen – than any assorted player within the Premiership to e-book his aspect to 1/Three attach.
“That you too can need to adapt to the form of the group and the coaches concerned, and I will simplest communicate highly of Danny’s dedication to the group,” talked about Gloucester head coach Johan Ackermann, who became additionally nominated for the director of rugby award alongside Exeter’s Get Baxter, Northampton’s Chris Boyd and Bristol’s Pat Lam.
“He’s space up into the tradition, he’s delivery and naturally he’s made a first-rate influence on the self-discipline.”
‘Most effective skill I’ve seen from a wing-1/2’
Cipriani, who has gained sixteen caps for England, has simplest conducted twice for his country under head coach Eddie Jones on last summer’s tour to South Africa.
Nonetheless the feeble Wasps and Sale player light harbours hopes of forcing his skill into Jones’ preliminary World Cup working in direction of squad earlier than the match in Japan starting up in September.
“He’s potentially got the true skill I’ve seen from a wing-1/2 from an attacking point of map,” Ackermann added. “He can kick well and he’s extremely expeditiously. He knows what he wants in attack and his distribution is high class.”
Someplace else, Sale’s 20-year-dilapidated flanker Tom Curry, who established himself as England’s delivery-aspect throughout this year’s Six Nations, gained the Discovery of the Season award.
Extinct Saracens scrum-1/2 Richard Wigglesworth additionally gained a obvious award after surpassing Steve Borthwick on the Premiership’s all-time look list.
Sale’s Denny Solomona and Northampton’s Reinach shared the award for high strive-scorer with 12, whereas Gloucester winger Ollie Thorley gained the Strive of the Season award for his ranking against Leicester.
Leicester wing-1/2 George Ford gained the Golden Boot award after gathering 201 functions for the Tigers.
Premiership Dream Personnel: Alex Goode (Saracens); Santiago Cordero (Exeter), Henry Slade (Exeter), Imprint Atkinson (Gloucester), Ollie Thorley (Gloucester); Danny Cipriani (Gloucester), Cobus Reinach (Northampton); Mako Vunipola (Saracens), Jamie George (Saracens), John Afoa (Bristol), Franco Mostert (Gloucester), Will Skelton (Saracens), Alex Dombrandt (Harlequins), Tom Curry (Sale), Matt Kvesic (Exeter).