Five clubs from the Guinness PRO14 are celebrating the achievements of their leading stars after the first lot of 2019/20 season awards were announced.\n\nThis week, the statistic-based awards for top try scorer, best kicker, turnovers won, most minutes played and best tackler have been confirmed. Next week, the Guinness Players’ Player of the Season, Guinness Coach of the Season, Guinness Dream Team and Next-Gen Star of the Season awards will all be announced.\n\n# **Gilbert Golden Boot | JJ Hanrahan (Munster)**\n\nMunster’s JJ Hanrahan has been a crucial performer in his team’s path to the Guinness PRO14 Semi-Finals with his place-kicking coming to the fore. Hanrahan’s accuracy off the tee was 90.91% as he converted 50 kicks from 55 attempts. The Munster out-half has scored 121 points in 14 appearances this season.\n\n# **Top Try-Scorer | Rhyno Smith (Toyota Cheetahs)**\n\nToyota Cheetahs full-back Rhyno Smith was key to the South African team’s remarkable home form where they scored 196 points across four games. But it was not just home comforts that worked for the Free State speedster, who scored four of his 10 tries away from home.\n\n# **Big Red Cloud Turnover King | Josh MacLeod (Scarlets)**\n\nThe West Wales region have a strong pedigree for snaffling the ball away from the opposition at the breakdown with James Davies and ex-Scarlet Tadhg Beirne appearing high in the turnover charts in the past couple of seasons. In the absence of Davies during this campaign, MacLeod has performed strongly at openside picking 23 turnovers to earn the Big Red Cloud Turnover King award.\n\n# **Ronseal Tackle Machine | Paul Boyle (Connacht)**\n\nConnacht’s young back rower is becoming well known around the Guinness PRO14 and should be in contention for the Next-Gen Star of the Season award. Providing strength and reliability from No 8, Boyle has been fearsome in defence with a remarkable 98.3% tackle completion rate from his 179 tackles attempted to earn him the title of Ronseal Tackle Machine.\n\n# **Ironman Award | Matthew Screech (Dragons)**\n\nPlaying in all 15 of Dragons’ Guinness PRO14 fixtures wasn’t enough for second row Matthew Screech who was on the pitch 1,161 minutes out of a possible 1,200. Director of Rugby Dean Ryan has brought a feel-good factor to Dragons who have just had their place in the Champions Cup confirmed and the reliability of Screech will add to their options for the new campaign.