Hearts and Hibernian were the big winners at the annual BBC Scotland Off The Ball St Andrew's Day awards.
Tony Mowbray receives his award
Tynecastle midfielder Paul Hartley was voted Player of the Year, while Hibs boss Tony Mowbray collected the manager's prize.
Hearts' Rudi Skacel was named best overseas player and Hibs' Steven Whittaker was Young Player of the Year.
Division Two leaders Gretna were named Team of the Year after their impressive rise through the ranks.
The Best Individual Performance award also went to Easter Road, with Ivan Sproule being recognised for his hat-trick against Rangers at Ibrox in August.
The ceremony, presented by Off The Ball pair Stuart Cosgrove and Tam Cowan, included a Lifetime Achievement Award for former television commentator Arthur Montford.
Referee Willie Young, who retired at the end of last season, was given a Services to Football prize, while politician Alex Salmond was named Off The Ball guest of the year.
The Best Supporters' Website category produced another Hearts win, with Jamboskickback.co.uk taking the honours.
You can listen to the whole ceremony on BBC Scotland 810 MW on Wednesday 30 November at 1810 GMT.