Good night for the Buddies at PFA Scotland Player of the Year awards

It was a proud night for St Mirren on Sunday as Jack Ross was named the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year, while Lewis Morgan scooped the Championship Player of the Year Award. 
The Buddies also had Liam Smith, Stephen McGinn, Cammy Smith, Lewis Morgan and Gavin Reilly named in the Championship Team of the Year as the culmination of a year’s hard work saw the Champions finish the season in style. 
Speaking about the award, Jack said: “I was surprised to receive the award when you look at the calibre of the other nominees. But in saying that I’m delighted to receive it and proud.
"It’s a reflection of the work that players and staff have done this season. You’re figurehead for that but the work they’ve done only puts me in that position to receive that award.
"The fact it is voted for by the 41 other managers in Scotland is very satisfying. I’ll maybe take some time over the summer to look back on it and enjoy what we’ve achieved." It was a proud night for St Mirren on Sunday as Jack Ross was named the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year, while Lewis Morgan scooped the Championship Player of the Year Award. 
The Buddies also had Liam Smith, Stephen McGinn, Cammy Smith, Lewis Morgan and Gavin Reilly named in the Championship Team of the Year as the culmination of a year’s hard work saw the Champions finish the season in style. 
Speaking about the award, Jack said: “I was surprised to receive the award when you look at the calibre of the other nominees. But in saying that I’m delighted to receive it and proud.
"It’s a reflection of the work that players and staff have done this season. You’re figurehead for that but the work they’ve done only puts me in that position to receive that award.
"The fact it is voted for by the 41 other managers in Scotland is very satisfying. I’ll maybe take some time over the summer to look back on it and enjoy what we’ve achieved."