Exeter forward Sam Simmonds has been named European Player of the Year.
Simmonds, the older brother of Exeter captain Joe, was the competition’s top try scorer with eight.
The England international, 25, beat Exeter team-mate Stuart Hogg, Bristol centre Semi Radradra and the Racing pair of Finn Russell and Virimi Vakatawa to the award.
Simmonds is the fourth English player in five years to receive the Anthony Foley Memorial Trophy after Saracens trio Maro Itoje, Owen Farrell and Alex Goode.
The Chiefs will bid to make it a title double when they take on Wasps in the Premiership final at Twickenham next Saturday.