Edinburgh fly-half Chris Paterson has been named Scotland's player of the tournament following their Rugby World Cup campaign.
Chris Paterson was Scotland's top points scorer in Australia
Paterson was his country's top points scorer in Australia during their much-criticised progress to the quarter-finals.
Scotland's kicking specialist contributed 71 points - three tries, seven conversions, 13 penalties and one drop goal.
But he also showed his versatility, starting the tournament on the wing before showing his immense promise at fly-half as the Scots saved their best performance for the quarter-final defeat by hosts Australia.
Paterson said: "I'm delighted. The World Cup was obviously a huge event and to play five back-to-back internationals on successive weekends was a major test.
"While I would have obviously have preferred to still be in Australia at this stage, it was an achievement to reach the quarter-finals and this award reflects that."
Alex Fitch, PR executive for sponsors Famous Grouse, said: "Chris won the vote by quite a margin.
"He had an outstanding tournament and thoroughly deserves his award.
"Overall, it is sometimes difficult to pick out one player in what was a team performance. However, Chris stood out consistently."