Partick Thistle's Alan Archibald wins second award in row
Partick Thistle's Alan Archibald has been named top manager in Division One for the second month in a row.
The 35-year-old defender became the First Division leaders' player-manager after Jackie McNamara's departure for Dundee United in January.
His first month in charge led to an Irn-Bru manager of the month award.
And, after the Glasgow side won all six of their games during March, Archibald has picked up another prize from the Scottish Football League's sponsor.
Thistle scored 20 goals and conceded only two in those half a dozen matches.
Archibald's side have since been held to a 0-0 draw away to Raith Rovers - and lost Sunday's Challenge Cup final to Second Division leaders Queen of the South after a penalty shoot that followed a 1-1 draw.
However, they remain two points clear of second-top Morton in the Division One title race with a game in hand.