JONNY Lomax picked up the Saints Player of the Year award for 2019 at the clubs awards dinner on Tuesday night.

The 29-year-old stand off, who has enjoyed a tumultous year in his benefit season, also collected the Players Player of the Year and won the poll among the members to make a trophy treble.

Lomax collected the main prize on the night - chosen by Saints head coach Justin Holbrook and members of his coaching team - after scoring 18 tries and assisting for a further 21 scores.

Holbrook said: "Jonny has been fantastic this year and for me he has always been a very good player, but this year he has been a great player.

"I just think from the start of pre-season he has had a real determination about the way he has gone about it and has been great every single week.

"We will need him to continue that in the finals and we are sure he will."

To win the members vote, Lomax beat off competition from Lachlan Coote, closely followed by Luke Thompson and Tommy Makinson.

Meanwhile, Matty Lees took home the Young Player of the Year Award.

The 21-year old has been one of the stand-out performers in the forwards for Holbrook’s side this year, and although he will unfortunately not play a part in the season finale due to injury, his performances have not been forgotten.

Regan Grace's dazzling Round 10 try against Warrington in April was voted the 2019 Try of the Season by the fans.

Jodie Cunningham took home two awards on the night winning Women’s Player of the Year as well as the Chairman’s Award recognising her contribution to growing the women’s game across the country. She will be hoping to help lead the Saints Women to Grand Final success later this season.

Academy captain Sam Royle won the Academy Player of the Year Award after he has lead his side to the Grand Final, whilst Taylor Pemberton took home the U16s Player of the Year award as he impressed both for Saints and for England.

Elsewhere, LDRL captain Mike Thompson took home the LDRL Player of the Year award for his work with people who have varied levels of ability and for the value he brings as an all-round rugby player and leader.