GK - Liam Kelly (Livingston)
Livingston had their goalkeeper to thank for earning them a point from their trip to Celtic Park as Gary Holt's side claimed a 0-0 draw, with Kelly making a number of impressive saves.
DC - Coll Donaldson (Inverness CT)
The centre-back has grown into one of the best in the Championship during his time with Inverness and was on form again as the Highlanders made the long trip to Ayr and left with a 1-0 victory.
DC - Ricky Little (Arbroath)
The reliable defender fired Arbroath to victory in their Angus derby with Montrose at Gayfield, as the 1-0 win pushed them to within one point of the Ladbrokes League 1 crown.
DC - Scott McKenna (Aberdeen)
Derek McInnes' men went to Dundee and kept their spot in third place in the Ladbrokes Premiership table thanks to a 2-0 victory. The defence impressed throughout the match, with McKenna standing above his peers.
MR - Daryl Horgan (Hibernian)
Two goals from the winger, including a fantastic winner, helped Hibs defeat Hearts at Tynecastle for the first time since 2013. It was a result which also moved them above their rivals in the Ladbrokes Premiership table.
MC - Kyle Turner (Stranraer)
The ever-impressive Turner shone for the Stair Park side as they defeated Forfar Athletic 2-1. It was a result that took them out of the relegation play-off places with four games remaining.
MC - Kyle Hutton (Dumbarton)
Hutton's passing was key as Dumbarton returned to winning ways after earning only one point in their previous three games. The hosts overcame an early 1-0 deficit to win 2-1, with Hutton orchestrating things from the centre of the park.
MC - Owen Moxon (Annan Athletic)
Moxon scored twice from midfield as Annan equalled their biggest margin of victory since entering the SFL in 2008 with a 6-0 thrashing of Berwick Rangers at Galabank. We're not sure what's more impressive, the historical importance or the fact it was 0-0 at half-time.
ML - Dario Zanatta (Alloa Athletic)
The on-loan Hearts star netted the opening goal and was a thorn in the Falkirk side throughout as Alloa recorded a massive 2-1 away victory over their relegation rivals to move level on points with them at the bottom of the Ladbrokes Championship.
AM - Scott Arfield (Rangers)
This week's star man comes from Rangers' 3-0 triumph over Motherwell. Even without his hat-trick, Arfield would likely have found himself in this team as he excelled at Fir Park. Drifting in from the left of midfield he constantly found pockets of space in which to exploit the home side.
FC - Jordan Allan (Cowdenbeath)
The second contender for star man comes from Cowdenbeath's tremendous 4-1 thrashing of League 2 promotion hopefuls Edinburgh City at Central Park - Allan was the other player to bag a hat-trick in the SPFL at the weekend.