GK - Craig Gordon (Heart of Midlothian)
Scotland's No 1 recorded another clean sheet as Hearts kept up their unbeaten start to the cinch Premiership season with a 2-0 win over Motherwell. His save from Kaiyne Woolery was particularly important, as it kept the two-goal advantage just after the hosts had missed a penalty.
DEF - Nathan Patterson (Rangers)
The right-back was given a chance in the starting XI in place of captain James Tavernier and produced an excellent cross which enabled Kemar Roofe to tie things up at Ibrox against Hibs. This gave Rangers the platform to go on and claim all three points as they returned to the top.
DEF - Tunji Akinola (Partick Thistle)
The centre-back was in excellent form for Thistle as Ian McCall saw his side put four goals past his former club Ayr United. The 22-year-old produced five interceptions and was successful in all but one of his defensive duels during the 4-0 win.
DEF - Scott McMann (Dundee United)
United fans are thoroughly impressed with the summer signing from Hamilton Accies, who only joined the club after former left-back Jamie Robson was sold. McMann was both robust and adventurous in Saturday's 1-0 win over Ross County at Tannadice.
DEF - Josh Mulligan (Peterhead)
The 18-year-old Dundee loanee got his first senior goal and excelled down the flank during Peterhead's stunning 5-0 victory over Dumbarton in cinch League 1.
MID - Michael O’Halloran (St Johnstone)
Playing in the unusual role of wing-back, O'Halloran was excellent in Saints' 3-1 victory over Dundee, including notching two assists. It's why we've plumped for the speedster over striker Chris Kane, who netted twice for Callum Davidson's men.
MID - Alan Power (St Mirren)
The veteran ex-Kilmarnock midfielder showed there's still plenty left in his legs with an impressively influential and industrious performance in the middle as Saints defeated Livingston 1-0.
MID - Nathan Flanagan (Stirling Albion)
Two assists from the former Annan winger helped Stirling to a 2-0 victory over Elgin City in cinch League 2. The win saw the Binos move four points clear of third-place Annan Athletic and kept them within four points of leaders Kelty Hearts.
MID - Jota (Celtic)
Celtic got back to winning ways and picked up their first victory away from home in the SPFL since February with a 2-1 win at Aberdeen. Jota threatened throughout and nabbed the clincher.
FWD - Andy Ryan (Hamilton Accies)
Accies got a much-needed victory to move away from the Championship relegation spots as they defeated leaders Inverness CT despite playing an hour with 10 men. By that point, Ryan had already netted his side's second goal in the 2-1 win.
FWD - Rory McAllister (Cove Rangers)
This week's star man goes to Cove's hat-trick hero. Previously recognised as the best part-time player in the country, the 34-year-old showed he's still got plenty left in the tank by grabbing all three goals in the 3-1 win at Alloa Athletic.