GK - Max Currie (Stranraer)
The keeper made a couple of crucial stops to keep his side in the game as Stranraer netted a last-minute equaliser to take a share of the spoils from their trip to Montrose.
DRC - Kerr Waddell (Morton)
Having recently extended his stay for the remainder of the 2018/19 campaign, on-loan Dundee defender Waddell continued his good form as Morton earned an impressive 0-0 draw away to Championship leaders Ayr United.
DC - Dylan Cogill (Clyde)
The 21-year-old continued to be a difference maker at the heart of the defence as the Bully Wee made sure their long trip to Elgin was a joyous one as they took all three points with a 3-1 win.
DLC - Adam Livingstone (Motherwell Colts)
‘The Steelboys’ battled bravely against Ross County in the quarter-final of the IRN-BRU Cup before eventually succumbing to a 2-1 defeat at Fir Park. Well might have continued their fairytale journey had they not had Christian Mbulu sent off immediately after Livingstone's equaliser, which found the net from a perfectly-executed free-kick.
MR - Daniel Armstrong (Raith Rovers)
Armstrong netted twice on Saturday as Raith defeated Stenhousemuir 3-1 to remain in sight of Arbroath at the top of the Ladbrokes League 1 table. His second goal, a terrific lob from the edge of the area, was of outstanding quality and, for that, he is this week's star man.
MC - Andy Black (Edinburgh City)
Black continued to impress at the heart of the City midfield as the Ladbrokes League 2 leaders upset the odds to dump Alloa Athletic out of the IRN-BRU Cup after a 2-2 draw and a penalty shoot-out victory.
MC - Mark Hill (Forfar Athletic)
A battling performance and a brilliant goal from Hill helped Forfar to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Jim Duffy's Dumbarton at Station Park. The result kept the Loons in fourth place, now just a point behind East Fife.
ML - Tom Walsh (Inverness CT)
The match of the weekend came at Palmerston where Inverness, 3-0 down as the game entered the final act, somehow managed to keep their unbeaten record going with a 3-3 draw. Walsh was instrumental in the comeback for John Robertson’s team.
FC - Lyndon Dykes (Queen of the South)
Queens were much the better side in the aforementioned match before the roof caved in on them near the end. Prior to ICT's incredible comeback, Dykes was a constant thorn in the away defence as he helped the hosts build up a seemingly unassailable lead.
FC - Michael McKenna (Arbroath)
McKenna scored a terrific solo goal, shrugging off the attentions of one defender before beating another and lashing the ball into the net, as League 1 leaders Arbroath thumped local rivals Brechin 5-1 at Glebe Park. He also laid on a goal for Ryan Wallace.
FC - Ross Stewart (Ross County)
Ross County will fancy themselves as favourites to lift the IRN-BRU Cup as they are the only Ladbrokes Championship side left in the competition. Stewart played a significant role in them being there as he netted both goals against Motherwell Colts.