By anyone's estimation, 2015 was an outstanding season for Michael Ennis in his first year at the Sharks.
Ennis brought professionalism, enthusiasm and added a new dimension to the teams performances, deservedly earning praise from a number of quarters.
Named the Dally M Hooker of the Year, Ennis also finished third on the points ladder behind Johnathan Thurston for Dally Player of the Year and was called into the NSW squad for the third and deciding Origin game, providing a clear indication as to his ability, his efforts throughout the year and his worth to the Cronulla club.
Back on the home front, Ennis walked away with three awards at the Sharks annual presentation night, the Tommy Bishop Player's Player, the Sharks Support Community Award and the Members Players of the Year, again showing the impact he had on the club both on and off the field.
Shortly after receiving his third award at the presentation evening, Ennis spoke to Sharks TV about the just-completed season.
See what he had to say, now playing on Sharks TV.