Jacques Rudolph has claimed an awards double for a second consecutive year at Yorkshire.
The left-handed batsman, who gave up his South Africa career to play for the English county, was voted 2008 player of the year by Yorkshire's members and supporters in recognition of his performances with the bat, which have seen him average just under 56 this season.
He also picked up the Yorkshire players' player of the year award, thus repeating his double success in 2007.
Rudolph, 27, has committed himself to playing for Yorkshire until 2011 and will qualify for England under residency rules in 2012.
He has not however ruled out a return to the South African fold after 2011.
"I'll make a decision on that if and when I get there," he said earlier this year.