Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke was named manager of the year at the PFA Scotland end of season awards, while Celtic’s James Forrest scooped the player of the year accolade.
Clarke, who has guided Killie to a record points total for the second year in a row, had been shortlisted for the award along with Ross County co-managers Stuart Kettlewell and Steven Ferguson, Arbroath’s Dick Campbell and Alloa’s Jim Goodwin.
Celtic winger Forrest pipped teammate Callum McGregor and Rangers duo Alfredo Morelos and Ryan Kent to the player of the year gong.
Kent, however, picked up the young player of the year award. Aberdeen’s Lewis Ferguson was among the nominees.
Dons captain Graeme Shinnie was one of only two non-Old Firm players to make the PFA Scotland team of the year. Livingston defender Craig Halkett also made the chosen 11.
Four Rangers players made the team – Allan McGregor, James Tavernier, Kent and Morelos – while Celtic had five representatives with Kristoffer Ajer, Dedryck Boyata, Scott Brown, Forrest and McGregor included.
There was strong Highland representation in the Championship team of the year with Ross County goalkeeper Scott Fox, defender Marcus Fraser and midfielders Jamie Lindsay and Michael Gardyne joined in the team by Caley Thistle pair Aaron Doran and Liam Polworth.
Alloa’s Andy Graham, Ayr trio Michael Rose, Liam Smith and Lawrence Shankland and Queen of the South attacker Stephen Dobbie also made the team with Dobbie collecting the player of the year award.
Peterhead’s Jamie Stevenson, Scott Brown and Willie Gibson were named in the League 2 team of the year.