Scottish Football League monthly awards

This article lists the winners of the monthly awards in the Scottish Football League.

2000–01 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
September Dick Campbell[1] Brechin City Mark Kerr Falkirk Mark Kerr Falkirk
October[2] Alex Totten Falkirk John Lambie Partick Thistle Ally Dawson Hamilton Academical Scott McLean Partick Thistle Mark Kerr Falkirk
November[3] Steve Archibald Airdrieonians Brian Fairley Stenhousemuir John McVeigh Albion Rovers Antonio Calderon Airdrieonians Steven Ferguson East Fife
December[4] Steve Patterson Inverness CT Paul Smith Berwick Rangers Dick Campbell Brechin City Dennis Wyness Inverness CT
March[5] Gordon Dalziel Ayr United John Brownlie Arbroath Dick Campbell Brechin City Eddie Annand Ayr United John Bradford Ayr United

2001–02 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August Ian McCall[6] Airdrieonians Terry Christie[7] Alloa Athletic
September[8] Ian McCall Airdrieonians John Connolly Queen of the South John Sheran Montrose Owen Coyle Airdrieonians Alex Williams Stirling Albion
October Ian McCall[9] Airdrieonians John Connolly[10] Queen of the South John McVeigh[11] Albion Rovers The Airdrieonians team[9][12] Mark Booth[11] Albion Rovers
November[13] Allan Maitland Clyde Neil Cooper Forfar Athletic Dick Campbell Brechin City Willie Irvine Stenhousemuir Derek Lyle East Stirling
December John Lambie[14] Partick Thistle Derek Ferguson[15] Clydebank John McVeigh[16] Albion Rovers Martin Hardie[14] Partick Thistle
January John McCormack[17] Queen's Park
February Gordon Dalziel[18] Ayr United Terry Christie[19] Alloa Athletic John McVeigh[20] Albion Rovers Paul Shields[21] Clydebank
March Dick Campbell[22] Brechin City George Rowe[23] Arbroath Lee Miller[24] Falkirk

Team of the Month

2002–03 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
September Ryan Blackadder Raith Rovers[26]
October Steve Paterson[27] Inverness CT Dennis Wyness[27] Inverness CT
December Peter Hetherston[28] Albion Rovers Scott Shearer[28] Albion Rovers
January Ian McCall[29] Falkirk Colin Samuel[29] Falkirk Mark Kerr[29] Falkirk
January[30][31] Keith Wright Cowdenbeath John McCormack Greenock Morton
March Billy Stark[32] St Johnstone Paul Hartley[32] St Johnstone
April Alex Williams[33] Greenock Morton

2003–04 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[34]   John Hughes Falkirk   John McCormack Greenock Morton   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Peter Weatherson Greenock Morton   John Sutton Raith Rovers
September   Sandy Stewart[35] Airdrie United   David Dunn[35] Airdrie United
October[36]   John Connolly Queen of the South   John McCormack Greenock Morton   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Colin McKinnon Stirling Albion   Kirk Broadfoot St Mirren
November   Ray Stewart[37] Forfar Atgletic   Paul Tosh[37] Forfar Atgletic
December[38]   Alan Kernaghan Clyde   John McCormack[39] Greenock Morton   Ian Harty Clyde
January[40]   Dick Campbell Brechin City
March[41][42][43]   Sandy Stewart Airdrie United   Willie McLaren Airdrie United   Willie McLaren Airdrie United

2004–05 seasonEdit

Month[44] First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August   Billy Reid Clyde   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Iain Stewart Peterhead   Alex Burke[45] Ross County   Darryl Duffy Falkirk
September   Gus MacPherson St Mirren   Neil Watt Stranraer   Iain Stewart Peterhead   Scott Michie Peterhead   Alex Walker Clyde
October[46]   John Hughes Falkirk   Neil Watt Stranraer   Rowan Alexander Gretna   David Bingham Gretna   David Graham Stranraer
November   Sandy Stewart Airdrie United   Dick Campbell Brechin City   Dennis Newall East Stirlingshire   Kenny Deuchar Gretna   David Graham Stranraer
December   John Connolly St Johnstone   Tom Hendrie[47] Alloa Athletic   David Baikie Cowdenbeath   Allan McGregor St Johnstone   Darren Gribben Cowdenbeath
January[48]   Dick Campbell Partick Thistle   Iain Campbell Brechin City   Iain Stewart Peterhead   Steven Hampshire Brechin City   Armand One Partick Thistle
February   Allan Maitland Hamilton Accies   Harry Cairney Arbroath   Jimmy Lindsay Albion Rovers   Paul McGrillen Stenhousemuir   Alan Trouten Queen's Park
March   John Hughes Falkirk   Jim McInally Greenock Morton   Rowan Alexander Gretna   Kenny Deuchar Gretna   Kirk Broadfoot St Mirren
April   Allan Maitland[49] Hamilton   Rowan Alexander Gretna   Neil Watt Stranraer   Russell Latapy Falkirk   Ryan McStay Falkirk

2005–06 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[50][51]   John Robertson Ross County   Robert Connor Ayr United   John Coughlin Berwick Rangers   Kevin McGowne St Mirren   Tom Brighton Clyde
September[52]   Billy Reid[53] Hamilton Accies   Rowan Alexander[53] Gretna   John Coughlin Berwick Rangers   Brian Carrigan Hamilton Accies   Chris Smith[54] St Mirren
October[55]   Billy Reid Hamilton Accies   Rowan Alexander Gretna   Mixu Paatelainen Berwick Rangers   Jukka Santala Partick Thistle   Bobby Linn Peterhead
November[56]   Gus MacPherson St Mirren   Jim McInally Greenock Morton   Des McKeown Stenhousemuir   John Rankin Ross County   John Sutton St Mirren
December[57]   Sandy Stewart Airdrie United   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Jamie McKenzie Elgin City   Bryan Prunty Airdrie United   Craig O'Reilly Dundee
January[58]   Gardner Speirs Ross County   Rowan Alexander Gretna   Billy Stark Queen's Park   John Rankin Ross County   Scott Murray[59] Dundee
February[60][61]   Ian McCall Queen of the South   Rowan Alexander Gretna   Mixu Paatelainen Cowdenbeath   Mikko Paatelainen Cowdenbeath   Brian Deasley Dundee
March[62]   Owen Coyle St Johnstone   Rowan Alexander Gretna   John Coughlin Berwick Rangers   John Sutton St Mirren   Brian Deasley Dundee
April[63]   Ian McCall Queen of the South   Allan Maitland
  Iain Stewart
Alloa Athletic
Peterhead
  Mixu Paatelainen Cowdenbeath   Martin Johnston
  Paul Mathers
Elgin City

Peterhead
  James McArthur Hamilton Academical

2006–07 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[64]   Rowan Alexander Gretna   Jim McInally Greenock Morton   David Baikie East Fife   Colin McMenamin Gretna   Marc McKenzie East Stirlingshire
September   Joe Miller[65] Clyde   Jim McInally Greenock Morton   David Robertson Montrose   Bobby Linn Peterhead   Kevin McDonald Dundee
October[66]   Dick Campbell Partick Thistle   Alan Maitland Alloa Athletic   Gerry McCabe Dumbarton   Paul Sheerin St Johnstone   Craig O'Reilly East Fife
November   Rowan Alexander Gretna   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Billy Stark Queen's Park   Colin McMenamin Gretna   David Weatherston Queen's Park
December   Kenny Black Airdrie United   Jim McInally Greenock Morton   John Coughlin Berwick Rangers   Gary Twigg Airdrie United   Liam Buchanan Cowdenbeath
January   Alex Rae Dundee   John McGlynn Raith Rovers   Jim Chapman Albion Rovers   Martin Bavidge Peterhead   Paul McGowan Greenock Morton
February   Owen Coyle St Johnstone   Michael O'Neill Brechin City   Billy Stark Queen's Park   Iain Russell Brechin City   Derek Carcary Raith Rovers
March   Ian McCall Queen of the South   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   John McGlashan Arbroath   Martin Hardie St Johnstone   Jamie MacDonald Queen of the South

2007–08 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August   Billy Reid Hamilton Academical   Billy Stark Queen's Park   Gordon Wylde East Stirlingshire   Richard Offiong Hamilton Academical   Kevin McDonald Dundee
September   Owen Coyle St Johnstone   Steve Paterson Peterhead   John McGlashan Arbroath   Ryan Stevenson Ayr United   James McArthur Hamilton Academical
October   Billy Reid Hamilton Academical   Alan Maitland Alloa Athletic   David Baikie East Fife   Bryn Halliwell Hamilton Academical   James McCarthy Hamilton Academical
November   Alex Rae Dundee   Derek Adams Ross County   David Baikie East Fife   Kenny Deuchar St Johnstone   Scott Fox East Fife
December   Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic   Michael O'Neill Brechin City   Gerry Britton Stranraer   Allan Russell Airdrie United   Kevin McDonald Dundee
January   Gordon Chisholm Queen of the South   Derek Adams Ross County   David Baikie East Fife   Andrew Barrowman Ross County   Andy Jackson St Johnstone
February   Gordon Chisholm Queen of the South   Neale Cooper Peterhead   Derek Ferguson Stranraer   Mickaël Antoine-Curier Dundee   Graham Dorrans Livingston
March   Ian McCall Partick Thistle   Brian Reid Ayr United   Robbie Williamson Elgin City   Jonathan Tuffey Partick Thistle   Leigh Griffiths Livingston
April   Gordon Chisholm Queen of the South   Alan Maitland Alloa Athletic   Derek Ferguson Stranraer   Mark McLaughlin Hamilton Academical   Brian Easton Hamilton Academical

2008–09 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[67]   Roberto Landi Livingston   Brian Reid Ayr United   Harry Cairney Annan Athletic   Stephen Robertson Airdrie United   Leigh Griffiths Livingston
September[68]   Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic   David Baikie East Fife   John Coughlin Stenhousemuir   Paul McManus East Fife   Calum Elliot Livingston
October[69]   Derek McInnes St Johnstone   Michael O'Neill Brechin City   Jim Chapman Dumbarton   Steven Milne St Johnstone   Dominic Shimmin Greenock Morton
November[70]   Jocky Scott Dundee   Brian Reid Ayr United   Jim McInally East Stirlingshire   Bryan Prunty Ayr United   Kyle Benedictus Dundee
December[71]   John Brown Clyde   David Baikie East Fife   Jimmy Crease Berwick Rangers   Alan Main St Johnstone   Chris McMenamin Berwick Rangers
January[72]   Ian McCall Partick Thistle   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath   Willie McLaren Clyde   Bobby Barr Albion Rovers
February[73]   Jocky Scott Dundee   Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic   Jim McInally East Stirlingshire   Gary Harkins Partick Thistle   Fraser McLaren Berwick Rangers
March[74]   Paul Hegarty Livingston   Brian Reid Ayr United   Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic   Kevin Rutkiewicz St Johnstone   Leigh Griffiths Livingston
April[75]   Gordon Chisholm Queen of the South   John McGlynn Raith Rovers   Jim Chapman Dumbarton   Stephen Dobbie Queen of the South   Kevin Moon St Johnstone

2009–10 seasonEdit

Month[76] First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[77]   Gordon Chisholm Queen of the South   Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic   Dick Campbell[78] Forfar Athletic   Gary Harkins Dundee   Iain Vigurs Ross County
September[79]   Jocky Scott Dundee   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Jim McInally East Stirlingshire   Derek Gaston Albion Rovers   Leigh Griffiths Dundee
October[80]   Jocky Scott Dundee   Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath   Gary Bollan Livingston   Tony Bullock Dundee   Leigh Griffiths Dundee
November[81]   Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic   Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath   Gary Bollan Livingston   Jonny Hayes Inverness Caledonian Thistle   Keaghan Jacobs Livingston
December[82]   Jocky Scott Dundee   Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic   Jim McInally East Stirlingshire   Gary Harkins Dundee   Andy Halliday Livingston
January[83]   Derek Adams Ross County   Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic   Gardner Speirs Queen's Park   Paul Lawson Ross County   Barry Douglas Queen's Park
February   John McGlynn Raith Rovers   Jim Weir Arbroath   Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic   Stuart Noble Alloa Athletic   Callum Booth Arbroath
March[84]   Terry Butcher Inverness Caledonian Thistle   Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath   Steven Tweed Montrose   Adam Rooney Inverness Caledonian Thistle   Michael Tidser Greenock Morton
April[85]   Kenny Black Airdrie United   Allan Moore Stirling Albion   Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic   Jonny Hayes Inverness Caledonian Thistle   Connor Stevenson Clyde

2010–11 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player Ginger Boot
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club Player Club
August[86]   John McGlynn[87] Raith Rovers   Jim Weir[88] Brechin City   Jimmy Crease[89] Berwick Rangers   Andy Kirk[90] Dunfermline Athletic   Marc McCusker[91] Clyde   Andy Kirk Dunfermline Athletic
September[92]   Jimmy Nicholl[93] Cowdenbeath   Jimmy Boyle[94] Airdrie United   Paul Martin[95] Albion Rovers   David Hay[96] Cowdenbeath   Aaron Sinclair[97] Montrose   Darren Gribben Berwick Rangers
October[98]   John McGlynn Raith Rovers   Jim Weir[99] Brechin City   Ross Jack Elgin City   Willie Gibson Dunfermline Athletic   Ryan Flynn Falkirk   Rory McAllister Brechin City
November[100][101]   Barry Smith Dundee   John Robertson East Fife   Paul Sheerin Arbroath   Steven Doris Arbroath   Leigh Griffiths Dundee   Steven Doris Arbroath
December[102]   Barry Smith Dundee   Neale Cooper Peterhead   Ross Jack Elgin City   Mark Campbell Raith Rovers   Tony Watt[103] Airdrie United   Rory McAllister Brechin City
January[104][105]   Ian McCall Partick Thistle   Brian Reid Ayr United   Jim McInally East Stirlingshire   Scott Fox Partick Thistle   Josh Falkingham Arbroath   Gavin Swankie Arbroath
February[106]   Barry Smith Dundee   Alan Adamson Dumbarton   Gardner Spiers Queen's Park   Andy Millen Queen's Park   Jon McShane Dumbarton   Armand One Stranraer
March[107]   Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic   Gary Bollan Livingston   Harry Cairney Annan Athletic   Iain Russell Livingston   Greg Stewart Cowdenbeath   Iain Russell Livingston
April[108]   Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic   Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic   Paul Martin Albion Rovers   Martin Hardie Dunfermline Athletic   Leighton McIntosh Dundee   Ryan Wallace East Fife

2011–12 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player Ginger Boot
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club Player Club
August[109]   Allan Moore[110] Greenock Morton   Paul Sheerin[111] Arbroath   Harry Cairney[112] Annan Athletic   Dougie Imrie[113] Hamilton Academical   Craig Sibbald[114] Falkirk   Craig Gunn Elgin City
September[115]   Steven Pressley Falkirk   Colin Cameron Cowdenbeath   Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic   Farid El Alagui Falkirk   Mark Ridgers East Fife   Peter MacDonald Greenock Morton
October[116]   Derek Adams
  Steven Pressley
Ross County

Falkirk
  John Robertson East Fife   Gardner Speirs Queen's Park   Darren Dods
  Grant Munro
Falkirk

Ross County
  Aaron Sinclair Partick Thistle   Ryan Donnelly Airdrie United
November[117]   Barry Smith Dundee   Colin Cameron Cowdenbeath   Ian Little[118] Berwick Rangers   Nicky Riley Dundee   Ryan Donnelly[118] Airdrie United   Darren Gribben[119] Berwick Rangers
December[120]   Jackie McNamara Partick Thistle   Jim Weir Brechin City   Keith Knox Stranraer   Farid El Alagui Falkirk   Stephen Stirling Stranraer   Stephen Stirling Stranraer
January[121]   Steven Pressley Falkirk   Alan Adamson Dumbarton   Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic   Stevie May Alloa Athletic   Stevie May Alloa Athletic   Stevie May Alloa Athletic
February[122]   Steven Pressley Falkirk   Alan Adamson Dumbarton   Ross Jack Elgin City   Steven Doris Arbroath   Andy Ryan Hamilton Academical   Lewis Coult Cowdenbeath
March[123]   Derek Adams Ross County   Jimmy Boyle Airdrie United   Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic   Richard Brittain Ross County   Owen Ronald Queen's Park   Ryan Wallace East Fife
April[124]   John McGlynn Raith Rovers   Jimmy Boyle Airdrie United   Jim McInally Peterhead   Paul Cairney Partick Thistle   Nicky Devlin Stenhousemuir   Rory Boulding Livingston

Goal of the Month winnersEdit

2012–13 seasonEdit

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player Ginger Boot
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club Player Club
August[130][131][132]   Jackie McNamara Partick Thistle   Allan Johnston Queen of the South   Jim McInally Peterhead   John Boyle Airdrie United   Steven Lawless Partick Thistle   Andy Little Rangers
September[133][134]   Jim Jefferies Dunfermline Athletic   Allan Johnston Queen of the South   Gardner Speirs Queen's Park   David Anderson Queen's Park   Archie Campbell Greenock Morton   Archie Campbell Greenock Morton
October[135]   Allan Moore Greenock Morton   Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic   Greig McDonald
  Shaun Fagan
  Marc McCulloch
Stirling Albion   Archie Campbell Greenock Morton   David Hopkirk Annan Athletic   David Hopkirk Annan Athletic
November[136][137]   Billy Reid Hamilton Academical   Ray McKinnon Brechin City   Stuart Garden Montrose   Nicky Clark Queen of the South   Lewis Macleod Rangers   Andy Jackson Brechin City
December[138]   Allan Moore[139] Greenock Morton   Allan Johnston[140] Queen of the South   Ally McCoist[141] Rangers   Lyle Taylor[142] Falkirk   Aidan Connolly[143] Queen's Park   Lyle Taylor Falkirk
January[144]   Ian Murray Dumbarton   Allan Johnston Queen of the South   Gardner Spiers Queen's Park   Jesús García Tena Livingston   Stuart Bannigan Partick Thistle   Nicky Clark Queen of the South
February[145]   Alan Archibald[146] Partick Thistle   Martyn Corrigan[147] Stenhousemuir   Greig McDonald[148] Stirling Albion   Peter MacDonald[149] Greenock Morton   Martin Boyle[150] Montrose   Andy Little Rangers
March   Alan Archibald[151] Partick Thistle   Allan Johnston Queen of the South   Greig McDonald[152] Stirling Albion   Kris Doolan[151] Partick Thistle   Craig Moore Cowdenbeath   Rory McAllister Peterhead
April[153]   Alex Neil Hamilton Academical   Martyn Corrigan Stenhousemuir   Jim McInally Peterhead   Steven May Hamilton Academical   Steven May Hamilton Academical   Steven May Hamilton Academical

Goal of the Month winnersEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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