There was a curtailed programme of SPFL matches at the weekend due to the international break and Scottish Cup replays but there were still plenty of talking points.
Here are a few players who made headlines across the games on Friday, Saturday and Sunday:
Grabbed the winner five minutes into stoppage time as 10-man Queen of the South beat Raith Rovers 4-3 in an incredible Friday night match at Stark’s Park.
The 23-year-old Livingston keeper saved Anthony Marenghi’s penalty in the shoot-out to send John McGlynn’s men into the Petrofac Training Cup final after a 1-1 draw with Stranraer.
There were just a few minutes remaining when the one-time Manchester United defender netted with a deflected free-kick to give Hearts 1-0 win in a hard-fought match at Alloa as Robbie Neilson’s men moved nine points clear in the Championship.
Made his debut for the Republic of Ireland U21 team in Norway on Thursday night and travel problems put his appearance for Dumbarton at Easter Road in doubt. The on-loan Aberdeen keeper made it in time and saved a penalty as the Sons drew 0-0 to make it six unbeaten.
The on-loan Dundee United midfielder scored after just three minutes of his debut for Airdrieonians, finding the net with a 40-yard free-kick as Gary Bollan’s men defeated Brechin City 4-0 at the Excelsior Stadium to move off the bottom of League 1.
Came off the bench and scored a stunning free-kick as Forfar saw off Stenhousemuir 3-0 at Station Park to return to the top of League 1 with a fifth straight home win this season.
Former Leeds and Scotland U21 keeper pulled off a number of important saves as Clyde held on for a 1-0 win at East Fife to move off the foot of League 2.
Grabbed a first-half double for Queen’s Park as Gus MacPherson’s men moved up to third place in League 2 with a 3-1 victory over East Stirlingshire at Ochilview.