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Rangers players Steven Davis and Danny Wilson and manager Walter Smith all scooped prizes in Scotland's PFA end of season awards.
Northern Ireland international midfielder Davis, 25, has been honoured with the Player of the Year award after leading Rangers to the Scottish Premier League title and League Cup.
He has scored four goals this season in 48 appearances for the Gers and is widely considered as the driving force behind their success.
Davis beat team-mates David Weir and Kris Boyd to the award, as well as Dundee United captain Andy Webster, who is on loan at Tannadice from Ibrox.
Smith was named as the Manager of the Year after masterminding another SPL title for Rangers, who came home at a canter to finish top comfortably ahead of rivals Celtic.
He beat off competition from St Johnstone boss Derek McInnes and Ross County manager Derek Adams.
Meanwhile, Danny Wilson made it three out of three for Rangers after he was named Young Player of the Year.
Wilson, 18, has made some impressive performances in central defence this term after coming in to fill the void created by injuries.
He beat Hibernian's Anthony Stokes, Dundee United's David Goodwillie and Dundee's Leigh Griffiths to the gong.
Madjid Bougherra's strike for Rangers against Dundee United in December was awarded the Goal of the Season, a prize presented to him by Sky Sports' David Tanner.
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Juventus stopper Gigi Buffon believes that Celtic counterpart Fraser Forster can become one of the best in the world.
Aberdeen winger Peter Pawlett admits he is in the dark over whether his loan spell at St Johnstone will be extended.
Hearts winger Andy Driver insists the club's stars are in no rush to leave despite the financial problems at Tynecastle.
St Mirren defeated Dundee United in a 4-3 thriller to move within a point of their hosts in the Scottish Premier League.
Celtic defender Mikael Lustig insists the team must take the 1-0 defeat by Hibernian in their stride.