Two New Zealand players have been named as finalists in World Rugby's women's sevens player of the year awards.
Michaela Blyde and Ruby Tui were members of the New Zealand side which won the the world championship title, winning five of the six tournaments played.
Blyde was the top scorer in the championship with 40, including a record-equalling five against England while prop Tui was in dominant form throughout all six tournaments.
The final nominee is Canadian captain Ghislaine Landry.
There no New Zealand men's players nominated for the sevens player of the year after they finished a disappointing fourth overall failing to win a single tournament.
The finalists are Perry Baker of the United States, Rosko Specman from the championship winning South African side and Fiji's Jerry Tuwai.