Ian Madigan has scooped an award double ahead of Leinster's Amlin Challenge Cup final with Stade Francais.
On Saturday, the fly-half was named Leinster Players Player of the Year and just 24 hours later he picked up the RaboDirect PRO12 Golden Boot.
The former Blackrock College star follows in the footsteps of the likes of Gordon D'Arcy, Felipe Contepomi, Rocky Elsom, Isa Nacewa and Rob Kearney in winning the Leinster honour.
With Jonny Sexton sidelined for much of the season, Madigan has played an influential role for the province with 28 appearances including several standout performances in both league and European action.
In league action, Madigan has slotted 186 points from his 21 appearances, kicking 60 goals - 24 conversions and 36 penalties to succeed Sexton as Golden Boot winner.
He only missed the target with nine attempts - three conversions and six penalties - and ended with an 87% success rate, including landing his last 21 kicks in a row.
His impressive displays also led to a call-up to the national side and Madigan made his debut in Ireland's Six Nations clash with France.
The fly-half was the only Leinster player to be named in the PRO12 team of the year and he will now be aiming to add the Amlin Challenge Cup to his glittering list of achievements.
Last season's Heineken Cup champions face Stade Francais at the RDS on May 17.
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