Scotland international defender Scott McKenna capped a memorable breakthrough season by scooping three gongs at the Aberdeen FC annual awards event.
The 21-year-old centre-back, pictured, secured the Player of the Year and Young Player of the Year double at the Exhibition and Conference Centre.
McKenna also lifted the Goal of the Year award for his stunning 40-yard strike in the 3-1 defeat of Kilmarnock in January.
The stopper’s triple award success was another high in a season where he has become one of the hottest young prospects in the Premiership.
McKenna made his first start of the season in a 1-0 defeat of Motherwell in September and has remained a first-team regular ever since.
Aberdeen rejected four bids for the centre-back from Championship Hull City in January, with the final bid in excess of £1 million.
McKenna subsequently signed a contract extension until summer 2023.
His rise was recognised by Scotland boss Alex McLeish who handed him starts against both Costa Rica and Hungary.
McKenna is suspended for Aberdeen’s trip to Celtic on Sunday in the final game of the season.
Aberdeen supporters voted for the Player of the Year award with McKenna coming out top.
The other two players who received the highest amount of votes were Kenny McLean and skipper Graeme Shinnie.
Midfielder McLean was, however, recognised with the Players’ Player of the Year award, voted for by his fellow team-mates.
Scotland international McLean will leave the Dons at the end of the season for Norwich City.
McLean signed a three-and-a-half year deal with the Canaries in January and was loaned back to the Reds for the remainder of the campaign.
The 26-year-old scored 11 goals this season.
The Development Player of the Year award went to rising star Seb Ross who helped the Dons Under-20s reach the final of the Scottish Youth Cup.
Aberdeen lost the final 3-1 to Hibs.
The winner of the Development Player of the Year award was selected by Dons boss Derek McInnes and U20 coach Paul Sheerin.
The Community Supporter of the Year award went to The Foundry Bar and Trevor Mutch.