P&P End of Season Awards: Day Two
The 2020-21 P&P End of Season Awards came to a close this afternoon as the final four winners were announced via the club's social channels.
Luke Crosbie was the major winner on the day as the back-row walked away with two awards, capping off a brilliant season in the capital back-row.
Young Player of the Season - Jamie Hodgson
Up and coming lock Jamie Hodgson picked up his second award of 2020-21 as he was named Young Player of the Season.
Hodgson has been an ever-present rock in the capital second-row, featuring in both festive 1872 Cup matches, as well as the team's Heineken Champions Cup win away at Sale Sharks.
So impressive was Hodgson's form this season that he was called in to the Scotland squad for the upcoming Summer fixtures, where he'll be hoping to earn his first international cap.
Caullie Lug Award - Luke Crosbie
Crosbie never fails to give 110% and that never-say-die attitude was recognised by the Burgh support as they voted the back-row winner of the famous Caullie Lug Award.
The Livingston man epitomises what it means to represent the capital and was the runaway winner of the award with a series of standout performances in 2020-21.
Simply put: Commitment to the jersey and Crosbie go hand in hand.
Players' Player of the Season - Eroni Sau
The Sledgehammer picked up his second award of 2020-21 with the squad voting Sau the Players' Player of the Season.
The winger was at his devastating best throughout the season and contributed significantly in both attack and defence.
Never afraid to stick his shoulder in, or run over his opposite number, Sau will be missed as he moves on to pastures new next season.
Principal & Prosper Player of the Season - Luke Crosbie
What a year for Luke Crosbie and it's been capped off by the back-row picking up the main award of the year: P&P Player of the Season.
Crosbie has been a shining light in the capital back-row this season, while the former Currie RFC man even skippered the club for the first time, pulling on the captain's armband in the home Rainbow Cup win over Zebre.
Crosbie has been named in the Scotland squad for the upcoming Summer fixtures where a first cap would be fine reward for a stellar 2020-21 campaign.