Celtic have scooped four trophies in the Clydesdale Bank Scottish Premier League’s end-of-season awards.
Neil Lennon, Charlie Mulgrew and James Forrest have been recognised as manager, player and young player of the year respectively.
Young midfielder Paul George completed the set by winning the league’s Under-19 League player of the season award.
Both Mulgrew and Forrest have won their second awards of the season, having also been successful in the PFA Scotland vote.
Kilmarnock’s James Dayton has won the goal of the season prize for his strike into the top corner against Dundee United on December 17 last year.
Save of the season went to Rangers’ Allan McGregor for his stop from a Joe Ledley volley in the most recent Glasgow derby.
St Mirren have won a brace of trophies for their off the field activities, winning both the SPL Family Champions award and Best Community Relations prize.
For the fourth consecutive year, Motherwell have been recognised as having the league’s best club media relations.
A panel of “Scottish football experts” ruled on the winners of the manager, player, young player, goal and save awards, with coaches in the Under-19 League making the pick for their player of the season award.
All of the award winners will receive their prizes at an event in Glasgow on Tuesday evening.
Neil Doncaster, chief executive of the SPL said: “The Clydesdale Bank Premier League Awards showcases the very best in Scottish football, both on and off the pitch.
“The Clydesdale Bank Premier League is more than just 90 minutes on a Saturday and these awards celebrate the excellent work our clubs do off the pitch to support their local community, develop young Scottish talent and improve the match day experience for fans. “
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