Chiefs Number 10 Aaron Cruden finished the 2012 Super Rugby season as the leading points scorer after his team won the Super Rugby title for the first time.
Cruden scored 17 points against the Sharks in the Super Rugby final taking his total points tally to 251 for the season.
Bulls fly half Morne Steyn finished the season in second place with 228 points.
The leading try scorer title for the season was shared between Bulls winger Bjorn Basson and Andre Taylor of the Hurricanes.
Leading 2012 Super 15 southern hemisphere provincial championship points scorers after Waikato Chiefs of New Zealand won the title Saturday:
Leading Points scorer :
251: Cruden (Chiefs/NZL)
228: Steyn (Bulls/RSA)
197: Barrett (Hurricanes/NZL)
149: Harris (Reds/AUS)
146: Taylor (Crusaders/NZL)
145: Goosen (Cheetahs/RSA)
144: Grant (Stormers/RSA)
141: Lambie (Sharks/RSA)
126: Jantjies (Lions/RSA)
109: Lealiifano (Brumbies/AUS)
107: Michalak (Sharks/RSA)
105: Carter (Crusaders/NZL)
102: Anscombe (Blues/NZL)
Leading try scorer:
10: Basson (Bulls/RSA), Taylor (Hurricanes/NZL)
9: Savea (Hurricanes/NZL), Taumalolo (Chiefs/NZL)
8: Aplon (Stormers/RSA), Guildford (Crusaders/NZL), Mvovo (Sharks/RSA), Shipperley (Reds/AUS), Speight (Brumbies/AUS)