GK - Ofir Marciano (Hibernian)
The Hibs shot-stopper made four eye-catching saves as Paul Heckingbottom kept his unbeaten league record as Hibs boss with a 0-0 draw against Celtic.
DR - Paul McGinn (St Mirren)
McGinn's quick-fire equaliser was crucial as St Mirren took all three points from their trip to Livingston, eventually prevailing 3-1 against the 10 men.
DC - Sean McGinty (Partick Thistle)
McGinty has worked his way back into Gary Caldwell's plans and impressed in the 2-1 victory over Alloa Athletic as the Jags came from behind to earn a crucial three points.
DL - Jon Flanagan (Rangers)
Flanagan had found himself in an observer's role of late but is now grabbing his reprieve with both hands. He excelled in the 3-1 victory over Hearts at Tynecastle, including playing a part in one of the goals.
MR - Paul McMullan (Dundee United)
McMullan tormented the Inverness defence with his running and netted the second goal as United took all three points from their trip to the Highlands.
MC - Thomas Reilly (Forfar Athletic)
A classy performance from the midfielder helped Forfar thump Stenhousemuir 3-0 at Ochilview, leaving the hosts bottom of the Ladbrokes League 1 table.
MC - Iain Wilson (Queen of the South)
Another commanding shift from the Kilmarnock loanee was a big factor in Queen of the South earning themselves an important victory in their relegation battle, beating Dunfermline 2-1 in the Ladbrokes Championship.
MC - Charlie Telfer (Morton)
Telfer netted the clinching second goal and shone in the centre of the park as Morton took one step closer to safety while leaving Falkirk bottom of the Ladbrokes Championship following this 2-0 away win.
LM - Matty Kennedy (St Johnstone)
It really wasn't a weekend for the bottom clubs across all four divisions - they all lost without scoring a goal. Kennedy helped Saints make it a season undefeated against Tayside rivals Dundee with a 2-0 win at McDiarmid Park to leave the Dark Blues six points adrift at the foot of the Premiership.
FC - Smart Osadolor (Albion Rovers)
Albion Rovers look like they're going to pull off an escape that Donald Pleasance, James Garner and Steve McQueen would be proud of after defeating Edinburgh City 3-2 on Saturday. Once an almost certainty for the relegation play-offs, Rovers are now five points above Berwick Rangers with just six left to play for – a draw at Shielfield this weekend will see them safe.
FC - Brian Graham (Ross County)
This week's star man comes from the Championship as Ross County all but wrapped up the second-tier crown with a 3-1 win at Ayr United. Graham scored a hat-trick, keeping the Staggies six points ahead of Dundee United, with a much superior goal difference and only two games remaining.