GK - Ross Doohan (Ayr United)
Now in a second season on loan at Ayr United, Doohan was in fine form as the Honest Men picked up a 2-0 win against Championship leaders Dundee United.
DC - Jordan McGregor (Stirling Albion)
McGregor marked his return from injury with a strong performance in the centre of defence as the Binos shut out Elgin to claim their first League 2 win of the season.
DC - Craig Barr (Cowdenbeath)
The Cowden stopper got them off the mark against the Warriors on Saturday. Not only winning the ball in midfield and driving the team forward with a lovely touch, he continued his run and grabbed his first league goal of the season.
DC - Niko Hamalainen (Kilmarnock)
The Finnish left-back continued the impressive start to his Kilmarnock career with an energetic performance as Killie collected three points against Hibernian.
MR - Louis Longridge (Falkirk)
Bouncing back from a sticky run of form, Louis Longridge grabbed his first league goals of the season as the Bairns defeated Forfar Athletic 3-0 at the Falkirk Stadium.
MC - Lewis Vaughan (Raith Rovers)
Making his first league start since January, Vaughan rounded off a fine return from injury with a terrific second half strike as Raith hit four past Peterhead to continue their pursuit of top spot in Ladbrokes League 1.
MC - Declan Glass (Cove Rangers)
The Ladbrokes League 2 player of the month continued his sparkling form for Cove Rangers in a frantic first half at Glebe Park. The fans got their money’s worth as the League 2 new boys and hosts, Brechin City, hit the net six times in 36 minutes. The on-loan Dundee United youngster shone, grabbing an assist and a goal.
MC - Mohamed Elyounoussi (Celtic)
It took Mohamed Elyounoussi just four minutes to make his presence felt on his Celtic debut. Bursting through the Hamilton back-line, he delivered a perfect cross for James Forrest to hit the only goal of the game.
ML - Sherwin Seedorf (Motherwell)
Motherwell’s flying Dutch winger has now scored in consecutive games against the two Edinburgh sides. His thunderbolt of a strike produced one of the weekend’s most aesthetically pleasing goals, firing past Colin Doyle and clipping the crossbar on the way through. A beauty of a strike to cap a fine performance.
FC - David Goodwillie (Clyde)
Goodwillie became the first Clyde player to hit five in a game since 1951, and only the eighth player this century to do so in a Scottish league match. A hat-trick of penalties and two from open play saw Clyde run out 6-1 winners against Stranraer. He is this week’s star man.
FC - Alfredo Morelos (Rangers)
The frontman was a constant threat to the Livingston back-line, heading home the goal that gave Rangers the lead as the Light Blues came back from 1-0 down to win 3-1 at Ibrox.