GK - Zach Hemming (Kilmarnock)
Tommy Wright's side moved to within a point of cinch Championship leaders Inverness CT thanks to a 2-0 victory at Partick Thistle. Although Oli Shaw's stunning finish hit the headlines, it was the 21-year-old on-loan Middlesbrough shot-stopper who was the stand-out for Killie.
DEF - Jamie McCart (St Johnstone)
St Johnstone earned their first victory of the season away to Aberdeen, with Stevie May producing a late goal to defeat his former club. The 1-0 victory was achieved due to a stellar defensive showing - Efe Ambrose impressed on his debut, but not as much as McCart on the other side of the back three.
DEF - Charlie Mulgrew (Dundee United)
Sunday's Dundee derby was by no means a classic, but United fans won't care too much after finishing the day with a 1-0 victory and sending their rivals to the bottom of the table. Mulgrew continued his excellent form in defence.
DEF - Christophe Berra (Raith Rovers)
It was a close battle between the ex-Hearts captain and his centre-back partner Kyle Benedictus, who must have headed the ball approximately 300 times between them (or at least it felt like that) in Rovers' 1-0 win at Greenock Morton.
MID - Blair Spittal (Ross County)
The midfielder scored twice and was a source of discomfort for Hearts all afternoon as County earned a point in Dingwall from a highly-entertaining 2-2 draw in the cinch Premiership.
MID - Callum Slattery (Motherwell)
Rangers remained on top of the cinch Premiership table this past weekend despite dropping points at home to Graham Alexander's men. Slattery's combative nature, and impressive ability to draw fouls, was a major factor in the Steelmen's performance as they earned a 1-1 draw.
MID - Mouhamed Niang (Alloa Athletic)
Another place in this team for the on-loan Partick Thistle man, who is really starting to come into form for the Wasps. He got himself a goal and an assist as Barry Ferguson's men won 2-0 at Montrose.
MID - Callum Wilson (Dumbarton)
After recording three assists in his last two games, Wilson got himself on the scoresheet as Dumbarton won 2-1 at Falkirk. The victory moved the Sons level on points with Queen's Park at the top of the cinch League 1 table.
MID - Nicky Low (Arbroath)
Dick Campbell's men made it four successive wins in the cinch Championship with a 2-0 victory at Queen of the South, despite going down to 10 men before the hour mark. Joel Nouble was excellent in attack, but we've opted to go for Low for his two assists.
FWD - Andrew Shinnie (Livingston)
The former Hibs and Inverness CT midfielder played in an unusual role as the lone striker for Livingston but it worked an absolute treat. Shinnie was a battling force throughout, running himself into the ground and getting the only goal of the game in the 1-0 win over Celtic.
FWD - Nathan Austin (Kelty Hearts)
For this week's star man, we go to cinch League 2 where Kelty Hearts put three goals past Albion Rovers, all of which were scored by 'Fash'. The result kept Kevin Thomson's side two points clear of Annan at the top of the table.