Hearts goalkeeper Craig Gordon has won the Scottish Football Writers Association Player of the Year award for the third time.
The 39-year-old beat Celtic duo Callum McGregor and Cameron Carter-Vickers as well as Rangers skipper James Tavernier at the gong.
McGregor won the PFA Scotland Player of the Year award, but neither Carter-Vickers nor Tavernier were nominated.
Gordon was the writers’ pick, as the Jambos captain made it a career hat-trick.
He led Hearts to third place in the Premiership and guaranteed European football in the group stage next season.
There is also the small matter of the upcoming Scottish Cup final, where they will face Rangers on May 21 in Hampden.
Calvin Ramsay has won the Young Player of the Year award and it was announced last week.
He had seen competition from Josh Doig, Stephen Welsh, Nathan Patterson and Ross Graham.
John McGinn has been named International Player of the Year, while Ange Postecoglou, Dick Campbell, Robbie Neilson, Steve Clarke and Malky Mackay will compete for the Manager of the Year award.
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