Third straight title for Celtic as Rangers lift domestic cups
Celtic had to wait until the very last day of the Scottish Premier League to secure a dramatic third consecutive championship crown.
The last team to claim a successive treble of titles (and more) were Rangers when they won nine in a row between 1989 and 1997.
Since the turn of the century Celtic won six titles to Rangers' three.
Rangers lost to Zenit in the UEFA Cup final but at home they won the two knock-out competitions. They beat Queen of the South 3-2 to lift the Scottish Cup and toppled Dundee United 3-2 on penalties in the League Cup final at Hampden Park.
Celtic, who have offered manager Gordon Strachan a new deal, and Rangers will play in the Champions League next season. Celtic qualify directly while league runners-up Rangers will have to start from the second qualifying round.
Third-placed Motherwell will contest the UEFA Cup and Hibernian the Intertoto Cup. First Division side Queen of the South will play in the continent for the first time in their history. The losing finalists of the Scottish Cup are in the UEFA Cup.
Hamilton gained promotion to the Premier League for the first time as Gretna were relegated from the SPL. The bankrupt club is now out of business since their main benefactor withdrew his financial backing.
PFA Manager of the Year: Billy Reid (Hamilton).
Scottish Football Writers Player of the Year: Carlos Cuellar (Rangers).
Scottish Premier Player of the Season: Carlos Cuellar.
Scottish Premier League Manager of the Year: Walter Smith (Rangers).
Scottish Premier League Young Player of the Year: Aiden McGeady (Celtic).
Scottish PFA Player of the Year, Young Player of the Year: Aiden McGeady.
25 McDonald (Celtic)
15 Vennegoor of Hesselink (Celtic)
14 Boyd (Rangers), Porter (Motherwell)
September 29: McDonald for Celtic (home) vs Dundee United 3-0; Donaldson for Hibernian (home) vs Kilmarnock 4-1.
October 27: McDonald for Celtic (home) vs Motherwell 3-0.
December 11: McGeady for Celtic (home) vs Falkirk 4-0.
January 2: Robson for Dundee United (home) vs Hearts 4-1.
February 12: Fletcher for Hibernian (home) vs Gretna 4-2.
First Division top scorers
19 Offiong (Hamilton)
16 Dobbie (Queen of the South)
14 Jackson (St Johnstone)
Second Division top scorers
24 Barrowman (Ross)
19 Russell (Airdrie)
16 Williams (Ayr)
Third Division top scorers
19 Baird (Montrose)
17 McManus (East Fife)
13 Mullen (Stranraer)
First Division final: Airdrie-Clyde 0-1; Clyde-Airdrie 2-0. Aggregate 3-0 for Clyde, retain place in First Division.
Second Division final: Arbroath-Stranraer 2-0; Stranraer-Arbroath 1-0. Aggregate 2-1 for Arbroath, promoted to Second Division.