Check out the gallery from Friday night's Worthington's End of Season Awards at the Liberty Stadium.
On a busy night at the Liberty Stadium, senior, age grade, wheelchair and women’s players were honoured for their performances over the last year, as well as three Ospreys in the Community awards also being handed out.
Olly Cracknell stole the show, collecting both the Coaches' and Players' Player of the Year awards.
Fans favourite Dan Evans picked up the supporters award, the second time it has gone to him after his success in 2015, while a new award, voted for online, saw Keelan Giles’ length of the field individual effort against Worcester Warriors in January crowned the Worthington’s Try of the Season.
Among the other awards there is a notable double for Melissa Gnojek, who claimed the Women’s U18s Most Promising Player award for a second consecutive year.
The prestigious Osprey of the Year award went to the longest serving member of staff at the Ospreys, Ceri Pass from the finance team.
Check out the full gallery of the evening, courtesy of Huw Evans Agency here.