France scrum-half Antoine Dupont has been named the Six Nations' Player of the Championship for the 2020 edition.
The 23-year-old overcome challenges from fellow nominees that includes his international team-mates Romain Ntamack and Gregory Alldritt along with England duo Maro Itoje and Ben Youngs and Ireland's CJ Stander.
Dupont, who had covered 249 metres with ball in hand is the most for any scrum-half in the tournament while 54 kicks for 1,543 metres were also among the high. He also had 12 offloads.
England's Emily Scarratt wins the Women's Six Nations Player of the Year award after receiving most votes from the head coach and team captain of each participating Women’s Six Nations team.
During the course of the tournament, Scarratt became England's highest ever points scorer helping the red rose team to a Grand Slam win.
“I would like to personally congratulate Antoine Dupont and Emily Scarratt," said chief executive of Six Nations Rugby Ben Morel.
“Antoine had an outstanding Championship. His talent clearly transcended borders with fans from all six unions giving him their support in huge numbers. To win this award at such a young age is quite some accomplishment. Bravo Antoine!
“Congratulations also to Emily on winning the first ever Women’s Six Nations Player of the Championship award. She is an amazing player who beat tough competition to win this accolade. Well done Emily!”