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Tuesday 17th May 2022

Team of the Week

Craig Fowler from A View From the Terrace names his Team of the Week, with Hibernian hat-trick hero James Scott the star man!

GK - Mark Ridgers (Inverness Caledonian Thistle)
The Arbroath fairytale is over. After 210 minutes of goalless action across two legs, the Caley Jags prevailed on penalties to set up a cinch Premiership play-off final encounter with St Johnstone. Ridgers is the man to make this team after saving Bobby Linn's kick in the shoot-out, while he made a few other key stops at Gayfield.
DEF - Dean Brett (Bonnyrigg Rose Athletic)
The Rosey Posey are set to become an SPFL club after defeating Cowdenbeath 1-0 at Central Park at the weekend, going up 4-0 on aggregate in the cinch League 2 play-off final. Ex-Cowden player Brett impressed defensively and also in getting up and down the flank to support his team-mates.
DEF - Kieran Freeman (Dundee United)
The defender, playing at right wing-back against Ross County, impressed charging up the line and showing real determination, including a header back for Nicky Clark to net the goal which secured fourth place for United in the top flight.
DEF - Marcus Fraser (St Mirren)
St Mirren may have failed to score against Aberdeen but they did record a fourth clean sheet in a row, with Fraser impressive in the back-line.
DEF - Andrew Considine (Aberdeen)
He may have been forced off early in the second half but there was enough quality in Considine's final performance for Aberdeen for him to merit a spot in this team. 
MID - Innes Murray (Edinburgh City)
City won promotion despite seeing their 2-0 first-leg advantage erased early in Friday's cinch League 1 play-off final against Annan Athletic. This was in large part thanks to Murray's stunning second-half strike.
MID - Andrew Shinnie (Livingston)
Livi ended their campaign on a high with a 2-1 come-from-behind win over Dundee to finish as best-of-the-rest in the Premiership's bottom six. Shinnie impressed in a deeper role than he's typically played for the Lions this season, and also netted their equaliser.
MID - Tom Rogic (Celtic)
Rogic took his final bow as a Celtic player as the Scottish champions ran all over Motherwell with a 6-0 demolition to end their campaign. The Aussie received a hero's reception as he left the field.
MID - Alex Lowry (Rangers)
The Ibrox youngster was excellent and grabbed his first top-flight goal as a rather youthful Rangers side came from a goal down to defeat Hearts 3-1 at Tynecastle.
FWD - James Scott (Hibernian)
Scott scored four goals for Hibs in his final two games, including a hat-trick against St Johnstone in the 4-0 win at Easter Road on Sunday. For that reason, he is this week's star man.
FWD - Simon Murray (Queen’s Park)
Murray ran himself into the ground and still had enough composure to tuck away an extra-time penalty as Queen's Park upset Airdrieonians to win 3-2 on aggregate and gain promotion to the cinch Championship.