PFA Scotland is delighted to announce the nominees for this season’s Championship, League 1 and League 2 Player of the Year Awards 2018.
Players at every club across the country have had their say and this year’s nominees in the Championship, League 1 and League 2 are as follows:
Championship Player of the Year
Stephen Dobbie Queen of the South
Craig Halkett Livingston
Lewis Morgan St Mirren
Cammy Smith St Mirren
League 1 Player of the Year
Michael Moffat Ayr United
Lawrence Shankland Ayr United
Alan Trouten Albion Rovers
Lewis Vaughan Raith Rovers
League 2 Player of the Year
Sean Dillon Montrose
Willie Gibson Peterhead
Rory McAllister Peterhead
Darren Smith Stirling Albion
Prolific Queen of the South hitman Stephen Dobbie finds himself back in amongst the nominations for this season’s Championship Player of the Year. He is joined on this year’s list by St Mirren’s title winning duo Lewis Morgan and Cammy Smith as well as Livingston’s centre half and skipper Craig Halkett.
Strikers feature prominently in the nominees for League 1 Player of the Year with Ayr United’s front pairing Lawrence Shankland and Michael Moffat up against each other alongside Raith Rovers Lewis Vaughan and Albion Rovers hitman Alan Trouten.
Peterhead’s Rory McAllister is aiming to clinch his fourth Player of the Year Award – having won it previously in 2010, 2011 and 2014. His competition includes Balmoor teammate Willie Gibson, Stirling Albion frontman Darren Smith and Montrose’s Sean Dillon.
The overall winners will be announced on Sunday 29th April at PFA Scotland’s annual Awards Dinner at the Hilton Hotel, Glasgow.