The reigning world champion, Stuart Bingham, named as the snooker’s player of the year at the sport’s annual awards ceremony in London.
Earlier this season Bingham won the Shanghai Masters, defeating Mark Allen 10-3 in the final, as well as the Haining Open (4-0 against Oliver Lines) and Championship League (3-2 against Mark Davis).
The 38-years-old was also presented with the Snooker Journalists’ Player of the Year accolade.
The Australian Goldfields Open and World Grand Prix winner, Judd Trump, named as the Fans Player of the Year.
The award included votes from fans on Twitter, Weibo and WeChat.
Five-time world champion Ronnie O’Sullivan won The Magic Moment of the Year award for his 776th career century break during the Masters.
Breaking the record of 775 set by Stephen Hendry.
The 1991 world champion, John parrot and the 2014 world champion, Mark Selby, inducted into snooker’s Hall of Fame.
The 19-years-old Oliver Line named as the Rookie of the year, after a great run to the Asian Tour final.
Performance of the Year went to Joe Perry for winning the first full ranking title of his 24-year pro career.
Perry beat Mark Williams 4-3 in the Players Championship final in Thailand.
Full list of awards:
World Snooker Player of the Year: Stuart Bingham
Snooker Journalists Player of the Year: Stuart Bingham
Fans Player of the Year: Judd Trump
Performance of the Year: Joe Perry
Rookie of the Year: Oliver Lines
Magic Moment of the Year: Ronnie O’Sullivan
147 Club (players who scored a maximum break during the season): Ronnie O’Sullivan, Shaun Murphy, Judd Trump, Barry Hawkins, Marco Fu, Aditya Mehta, Ben Woollaston, Ryan Day and David Gilbert.
Hall of Fame inductees: John Parrott, Mark Selby