GK - Cammy Binnie (Albion Rovers)
Allowing Cowdenbeath to earn three points on Saturday could have put Rovers back in trouble in the cinch League 2 relegation fight so they'll be thankful for Binnie ensuring that it didn't happen. The keeper saved a penalty and kept a clean sheet in the stalemate at Central Park.
DEF - James Tavernier (Rangers)
The Rangers captain started at centre-back before being quickly moved back into his normal position, where he performed throughout the 1-0 win over Dundee United - a result which was secured with a penalty he scored in the 71st minute.
DEF - Liam Henderson (Arbroath)
The defender did another admirable job of filling in for the peerless Thomas O'Brien as Dick Campbell's side defeated Morton 2-1 at Gayfield to go top of the cinch Championship table.
DEF - Sondre Solholm Johansen (Motherwell)
Motherwell remain on the coat-tails of third-placed Hearts in the cinch Premiership after a 2-0 victory over struggling St Johnstone at Fir Park. The centre-back was a dominant and calming presence in the defence, and he notched an assist for his side's second.
MID - Richard Foster (Partick Thistle)
Thistle moved back into the play-off spots and denied Raith Rovers a chance of going top of the Championship table with a last-gasp victory at Firhill. Foster makes this team for keeping Dario Zanatta, Rovers' star attacker this campaign, quiet throughout.
MID - Peter Haring (Heart of Midlothian)
The Jam Tarts won at Dundee thanks to Jamie Walker's late goal. Though the substitute was required in breaking the deadlock, Hearts had plenty of the possession and territorial advantage thanks to a dominant display from the Austrian midfielder enforcer.
MID - Fraser Fyvie (Cove Rangers)
Paul Hartley's side opened up a five-point lead at the top of cinch League 1 with a 3-0 triumph over Alloa Athletic. Fyvie was a controlling presence in the centre of the park.
MID - Josh Todd (Queen of the South)
The winger put in an excellent performance as Queens got themselves a big victory in the Championship relegation dogfight with a 3-0 win over Ayr United. Todd even netted the third goal.
FWD - Kyogo Furuhashi (Celtic)
Celtic were crowned Premier Sports Cup winners on Sunday thanks largely to their Japanese striker, who scored two excellently-taken goals to overhaul a 1-0 second-half deficit and secure the first trophy of Ange Postecoglou’s reign.
FWD - Russell McLean (Peterhead)
The big striker struck twice for the Blue Toon to turn a 2-1 first-half deficit into a 3-2 victory at Dumbarton. It was enough to move his side above Falkirk into fifth place in League 1.
FWD - Stefan McCluskey (Forfar Athletic)
It's a shame for the Loons they play in the same division as the seemingly unbeatable Kelty Hearts as they would make deserved table-toppers in any other year. They underlined these credentials with a thumping 4-0 win at Edinburgh City on Friday night. McCluskey ran the show and also got on the scoresheet.