Celtic duo Scott Brown and Kieran Tierney have scooped the PFA Scotland Player and Young Player of the Year awards respectively.
Brown beat team mate James Forrest, Hibernian's John McGinn and Kilmarnock striker Kris Boyd to the award - which is voted for by fellow professionals.
In his ten years with Celtic, the 32 year old has won 15 major trophies including eight league titles and is on the cusp of leading Brendan Rodgers' side to back to back trebles.
Brown joins former Celtic striker Henrik Larsson as the only players to win the award twice, with the Swedish football legend picking the award up in 1998-99 and 2000-01.
Meanwhile, Tierney's award is the third time in a row that the Celtic full back has won the Young Player of the Year gong.
Tierney fought off the likes of Rangers striker Alfredo Morelos, Aberdeen defender Scott McKenna and St.Mirren winger Lewis Morgan.
It is the first time a player has won the young player award for three years in a row.
The 20-year-old also picked up the goal of the season award for his goal in the 5-0 win over Kilmarnock in August.
Despite failing to pick up the young player of the year award Celtic-bound Lewis Morgan did secure the Championship player of the year award after helping St.Mirren to the Championship title, with his manager Jack Ross picking up the manager of the year gong.
Ayr United striker Lawrence Shankland won the League One player of the year award and Darren Smith of Stirling Albion won the League Two gong.