CELTIC, as expected, cleared up the PFA Scotland Awards at prestigious The Hilton hotel in Glasgow last night.
Summer signing from Aston Villa, Scott Sinclair justified the price tag as he was named PFA Scotland Player of the Year beating off challenges from his teammates Stuart Armstrong and Moussa Dembele and Aberdeen winger Jonny Hayes.
His Celtic team-mate Kieran Tierney picked up the Young Player of the Year, finishing ahead of his best friend Patrick Roberts in the process.
And Brendan Rodgers won the Manager of the Year award, making him the first gaffer to win this PFA Award in both England and Scotland.
Moussa Dembele completed a perfect evening for the 6 in a Row Champions by winning Goal of the Season award for the wonderful team effort by the Celtic side up at Perth in February.
One surprise last night was the empty Rangers table. Their players must have decided to head to the Louden Tavern to celebrate securing Europa League football after a dramatic late fight back at Firhill where they eventually won by 2-1.
The Full list of PFA Scotland award winners, as voted by fellow professionals, are as follows:
Player of the Year – Scott Sinclair (Celtic)
Young Player of the Year – Kieran Tierney (Celtic)
Manager of the Year – Brendan Rodgers (Celtic)
Championship Player of the Year – John McGinn (Hibernian)
League 1 Player of the Year – Liam Buchanan (Livingston)
League 2 Player of the Year – Shane Sutherland (Elgin City)
Goal of the Season – Moussa Dembele (Celtic) v St Johnstone