Celtic's attacking midfielder Kris Commons was named PFA Scotland Player of the Year at an awards ceremony in Glasgow on Sunday evening.
Commons, who has scored 23 Scottish Premiership goals this season, topped the poll ahead of fellow nominees Virgil van Dijk, Fraser Forster and Kris Boyd.
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes was voted Manager of the Year after ending the club's 19-year wait for a trophy while Dundee United full-back Andy Robertson was named Young Player of the Year following a superb first season at Tannadice.
Cowdenbeath forward Kane Hemmings, Rangers left-back Lee Wallace and Peterhead striker Rory McAllister - Scotland's leading scorer - were the divisional winners.
Stranraer skipper Frank McKeown - a fireman who worked all night following the Clutha tragedy before playing the next day - was honoured with a Special Merit Award.
Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes won Goal of the Season for his stunning strike against Celtic at Pittodrie in February.
Player of the Year Kris Commons (Celtic)
Manager of the Year Derek McInnes (Aberdeen)
Young Player of the Year Andrew Robertson (Dundee United)
Championship Player of the Year Kane Hemmings (Cowdenbeath)
League 1 Player of the Year Lee Wallace (Rangers)
League 2 Player of the Year Rory McAllister (Peterhead)
Goal of the Season Jonny Hayes (Aberdeen)
Special Merit Award Frank McKeown (Stranraer)