GK - David Mitchell (Clyde)
The keeper pulled off an excellent first-half save with the score at 0-0 and was sharp throughout as Clyde beat Stirling Albion 2-0 at Forthbank in the Scottish Cup.
DR - Jeremie Frimpong (Celtic)
The youngster was in electric form again, constantly sprinting down the wing to give the Livingston defence nightmares as Celtic rolled over their opponents, winning 4-0.
DC - Jordan McMillan (Dumbarton)
Dumbarton are in the next round of the cup thanks to a 3-1 victory over fellow Ladbrokes League 1 side Forfar Athletic. Amid a few stellar performances, it was McMillan with a dominant display at right-back who stood out most.
DC - Sean Crighton (Airdrieonians)
Crighton scored twice as Airdrie made the short trip to Coatbridge to take on Albion Rovers in the Scottish Cup, where they emerged 4-1 victors.
DL - Carl Tremarco (Inverness CT)
The left-back impressed going up and down the left flank as Inverness won the only game in the Ladbrokes Championship on Saturday, beating Dundee 1-0.
MR - Chris Burke (Kilmarnock)
Two goals and an assist in the opening 16 minutes from Burke was all Kilmarnock needed to take all three points from their encounter with Hearts. For such an explosive opening to the game, and an excellent performance all round, he is this week's star man.
MC - Sam Foley (St Mirren)
The midfielder worked well defensively and netted a superbly-taken winning goal as St Mirren hauled themselves off the bottom of the Premiership table with a come-from-behind 2-1 win over Ross County.
MC - Jamie Hamill (Stranraer)
The veteran rolled back the years to boss the midfield area as Stranraer caused an upset in the Scottish Cup, knocking out Championship side Dunfermline Athletic with a 1-0 victory at Stair Park.
ML - Ryan Kent (Rangers)
Two goals from Kent, including a stunning strike just before the break, massively helped Rangers on Sunday as Steven Gerrard's men survived a spirited showing from Hamilton Accies to remain level on points with Celtic at the top of the table.
FC - Florian Kamberi (Hibernian)
The Swiss striker seems to have rediscovered his mojo and put in an excellent showing for the second game in a row to help Hibs to victory. This time it was Motherwell being put to the sword as the hosts registered a 3-1 win in Jack Ross' first match in charge.
FC - Conor Sammon (Falkirk)
A pair of first-half strikes from the big striker helped make sure Falkirk avoided any embarrassment in the Scottish Cup as they beat Linlithgow Rose 4-1 in front of the BBC Scotland cameras on Friday night.