BACK ROWER Jac Morgan, a former pupil at Ysgol Dyffryn Aman, scooped a double in the Scarlets' ‘virtual’ end-of-season awards.

The 21-year-old was voted the Oil 4 Wales Supporters' Player of the Season and was also named the Breakthrough Player of the Season.

Morgan had an outstanding campaign, impressing in the Champions Cup win over Bath and delivering a string of excellent performances.

He beat off the challenge of Sione Kalamafoni, Dane Blacker and Blade Thomson in the voting for the Supporters' Player of the Season.

He also held off strong competition from Tom Rogers, Javan Sebastian and Blacker to be named as the Breakthrough Player this season.

Openside Morgan, who is a former Wales under-20s captain, has also finished the season joint top of the Guinness PRO14 turnover charts.

Widely regarded as one of the hottest properties in Welsh rugby, Morgan will now leave the Scarlets to join rivals Ospreys on a two-year deal.

Scarlets general manager of rugby, Jon Daniels, said: “We are obviously disappointed that Jac has chosen to leave the club this summer.

"He is one of a number of outstanding home-grown opensides we have here at the Scarlets, a young player who has come through our system.

"He has already captained our A team and taken his opportunities in the senior side this season, we wish Jac well for the next chapter in his career."

Morgan, from Brynamman, was voted as Scarlets’ player of the month for February, after making an outstanding return from a knee injury.

“I am hugely grateful to the Scarlets for everything they have done for my development, and I am also excited to be joining the Ospreys now.

"I believe that it is the right place and timing for me in this stage of my career, and it will be a new and exciting challenge.”

Sione Kalamafoni was Scarlets' Players’ Player of the Season, earning the votes of his team-mates which were taken after every game this season.

The experienced Tongan international was a towering presence at No. 8 and became a popular player in his first season in a Scarlets jersey.

The Supporters Try of the Season produced the tightest vote of all, with Tom Rogers’s stunning solo stepping effort against Connacht earning the gong.

Rogers' score finished just a handful of votes ahead of Kieran Hardy’s match-winning score against Bath at The Rec back in December.