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World Rugby Awards

Awards Roll of Honour

Awards winners 2014

World Rugby Awards 2014

World Rugby Player of the Year
Brodie Retallick (New Zealand) - Presented in Cardiff on 22 November

World Rugby Team of the Year
New Zealand - Presented in Cardiff on 22 November

World Rugby Coach of the Year
Steve Hansen (New Zealand) - Presented in Cardiff on 22 November 

IRB Women's Player of the Year
Magali Harvey (Canada) - Presented in Paris on 17 August

IRB Sevens Player of the Year in association with HSBC
Samisoni Viriviri (Fiji) - Presented in London on 11 May 

IRB Women's Sevens Player of the Year
Emilee Cherry (Australia) - Presented in Amsterdam on 17 May 

IRB Junior Player of the Year
Handré Pollard (South Africa) - Presented in Auckland on 20 June

IRB Rugby Referee Award for Distinguished Service
Bob Francis - Presented in Auckland on 19 June 

Spirit of Rugby Award
VOR Vivendo O Rugby project (Brazil) - Presented at the IRB World Rugby Conference and Exhibition in London on 17 November 

IRB Development Award
Bidzina Ivanishvili  - Presented at the IRB World Rugby Conference and Exhibition in London on 17 November 

Vernon Pugh Award for Distinguished Service
Ray Williams

IRPA Try of the Year
Francois Hougaard (South Africa v New Zealand) - Presented in Cardiff on 29 November

World Rugby Hall of Fame inductees
Colin Meads (New Zealand), George Nepia (New Zealand), Don Clarke (New Zealand), Sean Fitzpatrick (New Zealand), Michael Jones (New Zealand), Ian Kirkpatrick (New Zealand), John Kirwan (New Zealand), Fred Allen (New Zealand), Grant Fox (New Zealand), Terry McLean (New Zealand), Graham Mourie (New Zealand), Nathalie Amiel (France), Gill Burns (England), Patty Jervey (USA), Carol Isherwood (England), Anna Richards (New Zealand), Farah Palmer (New Zealand), Keith Rowlands (Wales), Jim Greenwood (Scotland), JPR Williams (Wales), Michael Lynagh (Australia), Jo Maso (France), Keith Wood (Ireland), Ieuan Evans (Wales), Jason Leonard (England) and Bill Beaumont (England).