GK - Laurentiu Branescu (Kilmarnock)
Kilmarnock and Aberdeen will do it all again in the fifth round of the Scottish Cup after a 0-0 draw at Pittodrie. It wasn't the best of games, with Branescu one of the few to stand out – he kept a clean sheet to earn Alex Dyer’s men a replay.
DRC - Sean Clare (Heart of Midlothian)
The right-back continues to impress for Daniel Stendel's side, this time netting the only goal of the game from the penalty spot as Hearts dumped Falkirk out of the cup.
DC - Josh Doig (Queen’s Park)
The on-loan Hibernian left-back (who can also play centre-half) impressed in the 3-1 win at Stirling Albion as the Spiders continued their strong recent form, making it five games undefeated in Ladbrokes League 2.
DLC - Christophe Berra (Dundee)
The Dundee defence were solid against Partick Thistle and a lot of this was down to the calming influence of the on-loan Hearts man as they chalked up a 2-0 win.
MR - Scott Arfield (Rangers)
The midfielder netted twice as Rangers outlasted Hamilton Accies in the early kick-off on Saturday. The scores were tied at the break but the pre-match favourites ran out 4-1 winners.
MC - Scott Brown (Celtic)
Troublesome weather conditions didn't faze the Parkhead captain as he controlled the midfield area and netted a goal as Celtic defeated Clyde 3-0 to reach the Scottish Cup quarter-finals.
MC - David Carson (Inverness CT)
Carson was the best player on the park as Inverness managed to score the shock of the round in the Scottish Cup, defeating Europe-chasing Livingston 1-0 in the Highlands.
ML - Danny Handling (Edinburgh City)
Two goals from the former Hibs youngster helped Edinburgh City close the gap on Cove Rangers at the top of League 2 to three points. City defeated Annan Athletic 3-0 at the same time as leaders Cove were losing to Elgin City by the same result.
FC - Kane Hester (Elgin City)
Speaking of Elgin, Hester was unplayable at times during the contest with Cove, scoring the opener and being a real thorn in the side of Paul Hartley's outfit throughout.
FC - Marc McNulty (Hibernian)
It was a fruitful first start for McNulty in his second spell at Hibs. The striker scored a hat-trick and bagged an assist in the 4-1 win over BSC Glasgow at Alloa. For being responsible for four goals, he is this week's star man.
FC - Declan Byrne (Albion Rovers)
The Wee Rovers have lost just one of their last eight games as they continue to motor away from the relegation play-off place. Firmly stuck in 10th are Brechin City, who trail safety by nine points after they were put to the sword in Coatbridge – Byrne grabbed a double in a 4-1 win for Rovers.