Samit Patel scooped the top award at the annual NatWest PCA Awards, winning the 'Players' Player of the Year', in recognition of a truly remarkable season in county cricket.
The Nottinghamshire all-rounder starred across all three competitions and here are some of his finest moments from 2017.
Record breaker - Royal London One-Day Cup Semi-Final versus Essex
Chasing 370 to win at Chelmsford against a red hot Essex side looked a tall order. A calamitous run out rendered the visitors 180/4 with 25 overs remaining and the hopes of a Lord's final looked bleak. What followed was probably the chase of summer...
Back to back double hundreds - 257* versus Gloucestershire and 247 versus Leicestershire
For a fortnight in June Samit was on fire, notching a brace of daddy doubles on the way to topping the Nottinghamshire championship run scoring with a final tally of 919 runs.
Man of the match - NatWest T20 Blast Quarter Final versus Somerset
Taking guard with Notts precariously placed at 34/3 in the powerplay, Samit's vital 45 in quick time - added to a tidy two-for in the first innings - proved decisive and ensured the Outlaws would take their place at Edgbaston.
Man of the match - NatWest T20 Blast Final versus Warwickshire
A virtuoso performance with the bat, when it mattered, on the biggest stage of English county cricket. Samit's 64* from 42 balls along with a vital run out won him the man of the match award and Notts Outlaws their second white ball trophy of the summer.