Brown has played a starring role for Celtic and Scotland this season
Scott Brown has been rewarded for his performances in the engine room of the Celtic midfield by being named the PFA Scotland Player of the Year.
Hamilton's James McCarthy won the Young Player of the Year award, while Gordon Strachan was named Manager of the Year.
Livingston's Leigh Griffiths, Ayr's Bryan Prunty and Albion Rovers' Bobby Barr won the First, Second and Third Division awards respectively.
A Pedro Mendes strike for Rangers at Celtic Park was Goal of the Season.
Mendes had been nominated for the Players' Player of the Year award along with team-mate Steven Davis and Celtic's Gary Caldwell.
However, it was Brown who won the most votes from his fellow professionals, having rediscovered the sort of driving form that attracted Gordon Strachan to sign him from Hibernian for around £4.4m in May 2007.
Consolation for Portuguese playmaker Mendes was recognition for his 25-yard piledriver in the 4-2 win for Rangers at Celtic Park in August 2008.
Strachan, winning the Manager of the Year award for the second time, has led Celtic to the Co-operative Insurance Cup this season and his team are a point ahead of rivals Rangers at the top of the Premier League.
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