GK - Neil Parry (Alloa Athletic)
Alloa are up to sixth place in the Championship after a 1-0 victory over Queen of the South. Excellent for most of the season, Parry once again stood out in goal, pulling off some vital saves as the in-form Wasps made it four wins on the spin.
DC - Mark Reynolds (Dundee United)
Dundee United finally managed to vanquish Ayr United this season, coming from a goal down on Friday night to earn all three points. Reynolds was the stand-out for Robbie Neilson's men, using his experience to lead the defensive unit in a 2-1 win.
DC - William Edjenguele (Falkirk)
Falkirk's 1-0 win at rivals Dunfermline was by no means a classic but it earned the Bairns a hugely valuable three points in their bid to beat the drop. 'The Edge' impressed in defence once more.
DC - Iain Campbell (Montrose)
Montrose travelled to East Fife looking to leapfrog their opponents into the final play-off place in League 1, without two starting centre-backs. It seemed a significant blow but thanks Campbell, who set up the first goal, and Ryan Harrington, they kept a clean sheet in the 2-0 victory.
MR - James Forrest (Celtic)
Forrest's excellent strike on his weaker left foot lit up the Scottish Cup semi-final as Celtic ultimately cruised to victory over nine-man Aberdeen.
MC - David Gold (Arbroath)
Arbroath are finally Ladbrokes League 1 champions. The inevitable was confirmed on Saturday as a 1-1 draw at local rivals Brechin City was enough to clinch the title. Gold once again impressed in the centre of the park. He's quietly been one of their more valuable players this season.
MC - David Galt (Queen's Park)
This week's star man comes from Ladbrokes League 2 as Queen's Park went to struggling Berwick Rangers and won 3-0. Galt not only sparkled as a supporting midfielder to the two-man attack, he was also involved in all three goals.
MC - Ray Grant (Clyde)
A strong display from Grant in front of the back four helped Clyde move about Edinburgh City in the League 2 table. Their come-from-behind 2-1 win, thanks to two late goals at Ainslie Park, all but eliminates Edinburgh from the title race.
ML - Jake Mulraney (Heart of Midlothian)
The winger impressed at Hampden on Saturday as Hearts booked their place in the Scottish Cup final. He was one of the Jam Tarts’ better performers in the first half then played a part in the first two goals as Craig Levein's side defeated Inverness CT 3-0.
FC - Joao Victoria (Stranraer)
The Portuguese striker excelled throughout Stranraer's 3-2 victory at Raith Rovers, as the Blues came from 2-0 down to triumph. It was in injury time where he left his mark, netting a dramatic winner to significantly boost his side's survival hopes.
FC - Mark McGuigan (Stenhousemuir)
Stenhousemuir won 1-0 at Airdrie on Saturday but couldn't lift themselves off the bottom of League 1. Still, if Mr Goals can continue to find the back of the net over the remaining three games then they'll surely fancy their chances of finishing in the play-off place at least.