The Stirling County scrum-half will be leaving Glasgow to play with Leeds next season.
Glasgow Hawks were the BT Premiership Team of the Year with their coach Peter Wright named Coach of the Year.
Interestingly, Iain Ramage picked up the Referee of the Year award at the dinner in Edinburgh.
The winners in the club categories were voted for by the clubs (e.g. the winner of the BT National League Division One player award was voted for by the players of all clubs in that particular division). The Spirit of Rugby Award was also determined by a club vote.
The national age grade awards were voted for by the respective teams' management while the professional team awards were voted for by the team's season ticket holders. The Scotland player of the year was voted for by the international management team with the Rookie of the Year being determined by a public vote.
A panel of rugby experts was appointed by Scottish Rugby to determine the worthy winners of the Coach of the Year, Try of the Year, Referee of the Year and Scotland Womenís player of the Year awards.
The winners are: