Celtic captain Callum McGregor has been named PFA Player of the Year.
He was joined by ballplayer Tom Rogic on the four-man shortlist for the top prize, along with Ross County forward Regan Charles-Cook and the heart-stopper. Craig Gordon.
However, he left the competition after leading the chase to bring back Premiership Celtic Park return title from Rangers.
It was a night of celebration for Celtic as the Young Player of the Year award went to Liel Abada, who beat Josh Doig, Calvin Ramsay and Connor Barron to take the award.
Celtic Playmaker Tom Rogic also received the Goal of the Season award following his superb individual effort against Dundee United.
In the lower leagues, Arbroath forward Michael McKenna won the Championship Player of the Year award after scoring 15 goals and recording eight assists.
Airdrieonians’ Dylan Easton lifted League One’s top prize, while Kelty Hearts star Joe Cardle won the League Two award.
Priscila Chinchilla was named the PFA Women’s Player of the Year. Celtic’s Jacynta Galabadaarachchi won the youth player award.
Scotland national team manager Frank Reilly was also recognized with the Special Award.