Celtic’s Callum McGregor was named as player of the year, whilst his boss Ange Postecoglu scooped the manager of the year gong at the PFA Scotland awards.
The Scotland midfielder won the award after leading his side to the brink of the Scottish Premiership title.
And Australian Postecoglu also gained recognition after turning around Celtic’s fortunes having taken over as manager last summer.
There were further awards for Celtic during the awards evening, with Israeli winger being named as young player of the year and midfielder Tom Rogic picking up the goal of the season award for his strike against Dundee United.
Priscila Chinchilla of Glasgow City was named as the first ever PFA Scotland Women’s Player of the Year.
Celtic’s Jacynta Galabadaarachchi picked up the women’s young player of the year award.
In the Scottish Championship, Arbroath’s Michael McKenna was named as player of the year.
Meanwhile for League One, Airdrieonians’ Dylan Easton picked up the player of the year award.
And Joe Cardle, who plays for Kelty Hearts, was named as player of the year for League Two.