Scottish Football League monthly awards

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

2004–05 season[edit]

Month[1] First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August Scotland Billy Reid Clyde Scotland Allan Moore Stirling Albion Scotland Iain Stewart Peterhead Scotland Alex Burke Ross County Scotland Darryl Duffy Falkirk
September Scotland Gus MacPherson St Mirren Scotland Neil Watt Stranraer Scotland Iain Stewart Peterhead Scotland Scott Michie Peterhead Scotland Alex Walker Clyde
October Scotland John Hughes Falkirk Scotland Neil Watt Stranraer Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland David Bingham Gretna Scotland David Graham Stranraer
November Scotland Sandy Stewart Airdrie United Scotland Dick Campbell Brechin City Scotland Denis Newall East Stirlingshire Scotland Kenny Deuchar Gretna Scotland David Graham Stranraer
December Scotland John Connolly St. Johnstone Scotland Tom Hendrie Alloa Athletic Scotland David Baikie Cowdenbeath Scotland Allan McGregor St. Johnstone Scotland Darren Gribben Cowdenbeath
January Scotland Dick Campbell Partick Thistle Scotland Iain Campbell Brechin City Scotland Iain Stewart Peterhead Scotland Steven Hampshire Brechin City France Armand One Partick Thistle
February Scotland Allan Maitland Hamilton Accies Scotland Harry Cairney Arbroath Scotland Jimmy Lindsay Albion Rovers Scotland Paul McGrillen Stenhousemuir Scotland Alan Trouten Queen's Park
March Scotland John Hughes Falkirk Scotland Jim McInally Greenock Morton Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland Kenny Deuchar Gretna Scotland Kirk Broadfoot St. Mirren
April Scotland Allan Maitland Hamilton Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland Neil Watt Stranraer Trinidad and Tobago Russell Latapy Falkirk Scotland Ryan McStay Falkirk

2005–06 season[edit]

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[2] Scotland John Robertson Ross County Scotland Robert Connor Ayr United Scotland John Coughlin Berwick Rangers Scotland Kevin McGowne St. Mirren Scotland Tom Brighton Clyde
Spetmber[3] Scotland Billy Reid Hamilton Accies Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland John Coughlin Berwick Rangers Scotland Brian Carrigan Hamilton Accies Scotland Chris Smith St. Mirren
October[4] Scotland Billy Reid Hamilton Accies Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Finland Mixu Paatelainen Bewrick Rangers Finland Jukka Santala Partick Thistle Scotland Bobby Linn Peterhead
November[5] Scotland Gus MacPherson St. Mirren Scotland Jim McInally Greenock Morton Scotland Des McKeown Stenhousemuir Scotland John Rankin Ross County England John Sutton St. Mirren
December[6] Scotland Sandy Stewart Airdrie United Scotland Allan Moore Stirling Albion Scotland Jamie McKenzie Elgin City Scotland Bryan Prunty Airdrie United Scotland Craig O'Reilly Dundee
January[7] Scotland Gardner Speirs Ross County Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland Billy Stark Queen's Park Scotland John Rankin Ross County Scotland Scott Murray Dundee
February[8] Scotland Ian McCall Queen of the South Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Finland Mixu Paatelainen Cowdenbeath Finland Mikko Paatelainen Cowdenbeath Scotland Brian Deasley Dundee
February[9] Republic of Ireland Owen Coyle St. Johnstone Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland John Coughlin Berwick Rangers England John Sutton St. Mirren Scotland Brian Deasley Dundee

2006–07 season[edit]

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[10] Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland Jim McInally Greenock Morton Scotland David Baikie East Fife Scotland Colin McMenamin Gretna Scotland Marc McKenzie East Stirlingshire
September Scotland Joe Miller Clyde Scotland Jim McInally Greenock Morton Scotland David Robertson Montrose Scotland Bobby Linn Peterhead Scotland Kevin McDonald Dundee
October[11] Scotland Dick Campbell Partick Thistle Scotland Alan Maitland Alloa Athletic Scotland Gerry McCabe Dumbarton Scotland Paul Sheerin St. Johnstone Scotland Craig O'Reilly East Fife
November Scotland Rowan Alexander Gretna Scotland Allan Moore Stirling Albion Scotland Billy Stark Queen's Park Scotland Colin McMenamin Gretna Scotland David Weatherston Queen's Park
December Scotland Kenny Black Airdrie United Scotland Jim McInally Greenock Morton Scotland John Coughlin Berwick Rangers Scotland Gary Twigg Airdrie United Scotland Liam Buchanan Partick Thistle
January Scotland Alex Rae Dundee Scotland John McGlynn Raith Rovers Scotland Jim Chapman Albion Rovers Scotland Martin Bavidge Peterhead Scotland Paul McGowan Greenock Morton
February Republic of Ireland Owen Coyle St. Johnstone Northern Ireland Michael O'Neill Brechin City Scotland Billy Stark Queen's Park Scotland Iain Russell Brechin City Scotland Derek Carcary Raith Rovers
March Scotland Ian McCall Queen of the South Scotland Allan Moore Stirling Albion Scotland John McGlashan Arbroath Scotland Martin Hardie St. Johnstone Scotland Jamie MacDonald Queen of the South

2007–08 season[edit]

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

2008–09 season[edit]

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[12] Italy Roberto Landi Livingston Scotland Brian Reid Ayr United Scotland Harry Cairney Annan Athletic Scotland Stephen Robertson Airdrie United Scotland Leigh Griffiths Livingston
September[13] Scotland Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic Scotland David Baikie East Fife Scotland John Coughlin Stenhousemuir Scotland Paul McManus East Fife Scotland Calum Elliot Livingston
October[14] Scotland Derek McInnes St. Johnstone Northern Ireland Michael O'Neill Brechin City Scotland Jim Chapman Dumbarton Scotland Steven Milne St. Johnstone England Dominic Shimmin Greenock Morton
November[15] Scotland Jocky Scott Dundee Scotland Brian Reid Ayr United Scotland Jim McInally East Stirlingshire Scotland Bryan Prunty Ayr United Scotland Kyle Benedictus Dundee
December[16] Scotland John Brown Clyde Scotland David Baikie East Fife Scotland Jimmy Crease Berwick Rangers Scotland Alan Main St. Johnstone Scotland Chris McMenamin Berwick Rangers
January[17] Scotland Ian McCall Partick Thistle Scotland Allan Moore Stirling Albion Scotland Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath Scotland Willie McLaren Clyde Scotland Bobby Barr Albion Rovers
February[18] Scotland Jocky Scott Dundee Scotland Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic Scotland Jim McInally East Stirlingshire Scotland Gary Harkins Partick Thistle Scotland Fraser McLaren Berwick Rangers
March[19] Scotland Paul Hegarty Livingston Scotland Brian Reid Ayr United Scotland Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic Scotland Kevin Rutkiewicz St. Johnstone Scotland Leigh Griffiths Livingston
April[20] Scotland Gordon Chisholm Queen of the South Scotland John McGlynn Raith Rovers Scotland Jim Chapman Dumbarton Scotland Stephen Dobbie Queen of the South Scotland Kevin Moon St. Johnstone

2009–10 season[edit]

Month First Division manager Second Division manager Third Division manager Player Young player
Manager Club Manager Club Manager Club Player Club Player Club
August[21] Scotland Gordon Chisholm Queen of the South Scotland Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic Scotland Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic Scotland Gary Harkins Dundee Scotland Iain Vigurs Ross County
September[22] Scotland Jocky Scott Dundee Scotland Allan Moore Stirling Albion Scotland Jim McInally East Stirlingshire Scotland Derek Gaston Albion Rovers Scotland Leigh Griffiths Dundee
October[23] Scotland Jocky Scott Dundee Scotland Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath Scotland Gary Bollan Livingston England Tony Bullock Dundee Scotland Leigh Griffiths Dundee
November[24] Scotland Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic Scotland Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath Scotland Gary Bollan Livingston Republic of Ireland Jonny Hayes Inverness Caledonian Thistle South Africa Keaghan Jacobs Livingston
December[25] Scotland Jocky Scott Dundee Scotland Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic Scotland Jim McInally East Stirlingshire Scotland Gary Harkins Dundee Scotland Andy Halliday Livingston
January[26] Scotland Derek Adams Ross County Scotland Allan Maitland Alloa Athletic Scotland Gardner Speirs Queen's Park Scotland Paul Lawson Ross County Scotland Barry Douglas Queen's Park
February Scotland John McGlynn Raith Rovers Scotland Jim Weir Arbroath Scotland Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic Scotland Stuart Noble Alloa Athletic Scotland Callum Booth Arbroath
March[27] England Terry Butcher Inverness Caledonian Thistle Scotland Danny Lennon Cowdenbeath Scotland Steven Tweed Montrose England Adam Rooney Inverness Caledonian Thistle Scotland Michael Tidser Greenock Morton
April Scotland Kenny Black Airdrie United Scotland Allan Moore Stirling Albion Scotland Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic Republic of Ireland Jonny Hayes Inverness Caledonian Thistle Scotland Connor Stevenson Clyde

2010–11 season[edit]

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[28] Scotland John McGlynn Raith Rovers Scotland Jim Weir Brechin City Scotland Jimmy Crease Berwick Rangers Northern Ireland Andy Kirk Dunfermline Athletic Scotland Marc McCusker Clyde Northern Ireland Andy Kirk Dunfermline Athletic
September[29] Northern Ireland Jimmy Nicholl Cowdenbeath Scotland Jimmy Boyle Airdrie United Scotland Paul Martin Albion Rovers Scotland David Hay Cowdenbeath Scotland Aaron Sinclair Montrose Scotland Darren Gribben Berwick Rangers
October[30] Scotland John McGlynn Raith Rovers Scotland Jim Weir Brechin City Scotland Ross Jack Elgin City Scotland Willie Gibson Dunfermline Athletic Scotland Ryan Flynn Falkirk Scotland Rory McAllister Brechin City
November[31] Scotland Barry Smith Dundee Scotland John Robertson East Fife Scotland Paul Sheerin Arbroath Scotland Steven Doris Arbroath Scotland Leigh Griffiths Dundee Scotland Steven Doris Arbroath
December[32] Scotland Barry Smith Dundee Scotland Neale Cooper Peterhead Scotland Ross Jack Elgin City Scotland Mark Campbell Raith Rovers Scotland Tony Watt Airdrie United Scotland Rory McAllister Brechin City
January[33] Scotland Ian McCall Partick Thistle Scotland Brian Reid Ayr United Scotland Jim McInally East Stirlingshire Scotland Scott Fox Partick Thistle England Josh Falkingham Arbroath Scotland Gavin Swankie Arbroath
February Scotland Barry Smith Dundee Scotland Alan Adamson Dumbarton Scotland Gardner Spiers Queen's Park Scotland Andy Millen Queen's Park Scotland Jon McShane Dumbarton France Armand One Stranraer
March[34] Scotland Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic Scotland Gary Bollan Livingston Scotland Harry Cairney Annan Athletic Scotland Iain Russell Livingston Scotland Greg Stewart Cowdenbeath Scotland Iain Russell Livingston
April[35] Scotland Jim McIntyre Dunfermline Athletic Scotland Dick Campbell Forfar Athletic Scotland Paul Martin Albion Rovers Scotland Martin Hardie Dunfermline Athletic Scotland Leighton McIntosh Dundee Scotland Ryan Wallace East Fife

2011–12 season[edit]

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[37] Scotland Allan Moore Greenock Morton Scotland Paul Sheerin Arbroath Scotland Harry Cairney Annan Athletic Scotland Dougie Imrie Hamilton Academical Scotland Craig Sibbald Falkirk Scotland Craig Gunn Elgin City
September[38] Scotland Steven Pressley Falkirk Scotland Colin Cameron Cowdenbeath Scotland Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic Morocco Farid El Alagui Falkirk Scotland Mark Ridgers East Fife Scotland Peter MacDonald Greenock Morton
October[39] Scotland Derek Adams
Scotland Steven Pressley
Ross County

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

Ross County
Scotland Aaron Sinclair Partick Thistle Scotland Ryan Donnelly Airdrie United
November[40] Scotland Barry Smith Dundee Scotland Colin Cameron Cowdenbeath Scotland Ian Little Berwick Rangers Scotland Nicky Riley Dundee Scotland Ryan Donnelly Airdrie United Scotland Darren Gribben Berwick Rangers
December[41] Scotland Jackie McNamara Partick Thistle Scotland Jim Weir Brechin City Scotland Keith Knox Stranraer Morocco Farid El Alagui Falkirk Scotland Stephen Stirling Stranraer Scotland Stephen Stirling Stranraer
January[42] Scotland Steven Pressley Falkirk Scotland Alan Adamson Dumbarton Scotland Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic Scotland Stevie May Alloa Athletic Scotland Stevie May Alloa Athletic Scotland Stevie May Alloa Athletic
February[43] Scotland Steven Pressley Falkirk Scotland Alan Adamson Dumbarton Scotland Ross Jack Elgin City Scotland Steven Doris Arbroath Scotland Andy Ryan Hamilton Academical Scotland Lewis Coult Cowdenbeath
March[44] Scotland Derek Adams Ross County Scotland Jimmy Boyle Airdrie United Scotland Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic Scotland Richard Brittain Ross County Scotland Owen Ronald Queen's Park Scotland Ryan Wallace East Fife
April[45] Scotland John McGlynn Raith Rovers Scotland Jimmy Boyle Airdrie United Scotland Jim McInally Peterhead Scotland Paul Cairney Partick Thistle Scotland Nicky Devlin Stenhousemuir England Rory Boulding Livingston

Goal of the Month winners[edit]

2012-13 season[edit]

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[48] Scotland Jackie McNamara Partick Thistle Scotland Allan Johnston Queen of the South Scotland Jim McInally Peterhead Scotland John Boyle Airdrie United Scotland Steven Lawless Partick Thistle Northern Ireland Andy Little Rangers
September[49] Scotland Jim Jefferies Dunfermline Athletic Scotland Allan Johnston Queen of the South Scotland Gardner Speirs Queen's Park Scotland David Anderson Queen's Park Scotland Archie Campbell Greenock Morton Scotland Archie Campbell Greenock Morton
October[50] Scotland Allan Moore Greenock Morton Scotland Paul Hartley Alloa Athletic Scotland Greig McDonald, Shaun Fagan and Marc McCulloch Stirling Albion Scotland Archie Campbell Greenock Morton Scotland David Hopkirk Annan Athletic Scotland David Hopkirk Annan Athletic
November[51] Scotland Billy Reid Hamilton Academical Scotland Ray McKinnon Brechin City Scotland Stuart Garden Montrose Scotland Nicky Clark Queen of the South Scotland Lewis Macleod Rangers Republic of Ireland Andy Jackson Brechin City
December[52] Scotland Allan Moore Greenock Morton Scotland Allan Johnston Queen of the South Scotland Ally McCoist Rangers England Lyle Taylor Falkirk Scotland Aidan Connolly Queen's Park England Lyle Taylor Falkirk
January[53] Scotland Ian Murray Dumbarton Scotland Allan Johnston Queen of the South Scotland Gardner Spiers Queen's Park Spain Jesús García Tena Livingston Scotland Stuart Bannigan Partick Thistle Scotland Nicky Clark Queen of the South
February Scotland Alan Archibald Partick Thistle Scotland Martyn Corrigan Stenhousemuir Scotland Greig McDonald Stirling Albion Scotland Peter MacDonald Greenock Morton Scotland Martin Boyle Montrose Northern Ireland Andy Little Rangers
March Scotland Alan Archibald Partick Thistle Scotland Allan Johnston Queen of the South Scotland Greig McDonald Stirling Albion Scotland Kris Doolan Partick Thistle Scotland Craig Moore Cowdenbeath Scotland Rory McAllister Peterhead
April[54] Scotland Alex Neil Hamilton Academical Scotland Martyn Corrigan Stenhousemuir Scotland Jim McInally Peterhead Scotland Steven May Hamilton Academical Scotland Steven May Hamilton Academical Scotland Steven May Hamilton Academical

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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