Warwickshire all-rounder Neil Carter has picked up his second award in less than 24 hours after being named the FTI Most Valuable Player for the 2010 season.
The 35-year-old had picked up the NatWest Professional Cricketers Association Player of the Year award on Thursday night after enjoying a stellar season that saw him take 80 wickets and score 1,270 runs across all competitions, helping the Bears win the Clydesdale Bank 40.
Carter's final points tally of 647 was the highest in the history of the rankings and his consistency saw him finish second in both the LV= County Championship and Clydesdale Bank 40 standings, as well as winning the monthly awards for April and July.
Speaking about his achievement, Carter said: "I won the first FTI MVP monthly award in April and felt that was a great achievement but I never imagined that I would stay top for the rest of the season.
"It's a real honour to come out on top and be named the 2010 FTI MVP. It's a massive incentive for the players, I think they all realise that it is a true reflection of your performances throughout the season."
Yorkshire's Adil Rashid finished in second place, 47 points behind Carter. Rashid accrued 600 points, taking 95 wickets and scoring 904 runs throughout the season and topped the County Championship rankings.
Somerset's Alfonso Thomas was the leading wicket-taker, finishing with 109 wickets across all competitions, enough to secure a third-place finish overall.
The final monthly award of the season went to Moeen Ali, whose excellent form helped Worcestershire secure promotion to the First Division of the County Championship.