Ireland won a triple crown at the World Rugby Awards in Monaco last night.
Johnny Sexton ended seven years of New Zealand dominance by becoming the first Irish man since 2001 to be named World Player of the Year.
Joe Schmidt scooped the Coach of the Year award.
After wining the Grand Slam and beating the All Black in 2018, Ireland were named team of the year.
Sexton had lost his voice, so Rory Best made his acceptance speech.
— World Rugby (@WorldRugby) November 25, 2018