O'Sullivan scoops player gong
Newly-crowned world champion Ronnie O'Sullivan was named World Snooker Player of the Year at the sport's annual awards ceremony.
O'Sullivan, who beat Ali Carter to win the world title at the Crucible, was also voted the snooker writers' player of the year.
The Englishman enjoyed a fine season, also winning the Premier League and German Masters in 2011/12.
The rookie of the year award went to 17-year-old Belgian Luca Brecel, who became the youngest player ever to play at the Crucible by qualifying for the World Championship.
UK champion Judd Trump was voted fans' player of the year.
Stuart Bingham's victory over Mark Williams in the final of the Austalian Open was chosen as performance of the year, while the season's 'magic moment' award went to Stephen Hendry for his 147 maximum break at the World Championship.
The ceremony took place at London's Dorchester Hotel.