The Reds dominated the Australian Super Rugby awards with scrumhalf Will Genia named the player of the year and Ewan McKenzie walking away with his fourth coach of the year award.
The Reds, who finished on top of the combined standings and will host a semifinal in Brisbane next week, were unsurprisingly named as the team of the year and over half the awards handed out on the night went to players from the Queensland franchise.
Genia has reversed the result of 2010, where he finished a close second to halfback partner Quade Cooper and the pair were tied for first place going into the last round.
The Wallaby scrumhalf polled 20 votes over the course of the season, including four man-of-the-match performances against the Stormers in Cape Town in round 8, the Waratahs at Suncorp Stadium in round 10, the Crusaders at Suncorp Stadium in round 15 and against the Chiefs in Hamilton in round 18 which secured him the 2011 title.
The player of the year award was chosen by 11 of Australia's esteemed rugby writers over the course of the 2011 Super Rugby season. Every week one writer submitted their 3-2-1 votes for each of the Super Rugby games that an Australian team was involved in.
McKenzie was the stand-out choice for coach of the year after guiding the Reds to thirteen wins and just three losses this season.
McKenzie last won the award in 2008 in his final season with the Waratahs and was first awarded coach of the year in 2005 while also with New South Wales. He then made it back-to-back awards, claiming the title again in 2006.
The 2011 rookie of the year award went to Melbourne Rebels scrumhalf Nick Phipps. Try of the year went to the Western Force for their team effort against the Crusaders in round 11, and referee of the year was awarded to Stuart Dickinson.
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