In pictures: Scottish football's winners and losers in 2013-14

Scottish clubs in the Europa League in season 2013-14
Hibernian, Motherwell and St Johnstone entered the Europa League qualifiers at the start of season 2013-14 but none made the group stages. St Johnstone overcame Rosenborg on aggregate before losing to FC Minsk on penalties. Motherwell lost both legs of their tie with Kuban Krasnodar while Hibs lost by a Scottish record margin of nine goals in their humbling by Malmo
Aberdeen won the Scottish League Cup final
The final of the Scottish League Cup final later in March pitched Aberdeen against Inverness Caledonian Thistle at Celtic Park, with Hampden Park unavailable ahead of the Commonwealth Games. The match finished 0-0 after extra-time and former Caley striker Adam Rooney struck the decisive penalty in the shoot-out to give the Dons their first trophy since 1995
Celtic v AC Milan
But Celtic's group stage campaign yielded only one win with AC Milan twice defeating Neil Lennon's side and ensuring they would not remain in Europe beyond Christmas
Georgios Samaras, Kris Commons and James Forrest
Celtic did get through their qualifiers in the Champions League, beating Northern Irish side Cliftonville, Swedes Elfsborg and Shakhter Karagandy of Kazakhstan
Rangers captain Lee McCulloch and manager Ally McCoist
Rangers sealed their second straight promotion by winning Scottish League One, the title secured with a 3-0 win over Airdrieonians in March
Celtic players celebrating
And Celtic also secured the Scottish Premiership in March, a 5-1 defeat of Partick Thistle ensuring a third straight title for Neil Lennon's side
Peterhead celebrating with the Scottish League Two trophy
Peterhead celebrated with the Scottish League Two trophy in late April, having secured the title and promotion earlier in the month
Dundee players celebrating
The Championship title race went right to the last day of the league season in early May and Dundee clinched the title and promotion to the top flight with a narrow win over Dumbarton. Having missed out on winning the league, Hamilton and Falkirk joined Queen of the South in the play-offs
Hearts players
Having battled against a 15-point deduction for being in administration, Hearts had long been favourites for relegation from the top flight by the time it was confirmed in early April
Kilmarnock and Hibernian players
Which side from the Premiership would also enter the play-offs was still to be decided on the last weekend of the top-flight season and Kilmarnock won at Easter Road to ensure safety for themselves and send Hibernian into a dreaded two-legged tie with either Hamilton, Falkirk or Queen of the South
Aberdeen v Motherwell
The following day, the Premiership's top six completed their campaign. Aberdeen and Motherwell had already secured Europa League qualifying places but the issue of whether they would finish second or third was still to be decided. The Dons led by a point before their final-day meeting at Pittodrie but Well snatched victory and the runners-up place thanks to Craig Reid's late goal. Aberdeen will enter the Europa League a round earlier than Motherwell next season
St Johnstone win the Scottish Cup
And St Johnstone also sealed a Europa League qualifying place by winning the Scottish Cup for the first time in their history. The Perth side overcame Dundee United in the final at Celtic Park with Steven Anderson and Steven MacLean on target
Cowdenbeath and Stirling Albion players celebrating
Cowdenbeath and Stirling Albion won the respective Championship and League One play-offs, which meant avoiding relegation for Cowden and promotion for Albion
Albion Rovers players celebrating
Premiership clubs entered the Scottish Cup at the fourth round stage and League Two Albion Rovers pulled off the shock of the tournament by beating Motherwell 1-0
Raith Rovers win the Ramsdens Cup
Raith Rovers may have been a division above Rangers going into April's Ramsdens Cup final but the Kirkcaldy side were the underdogs for the match at Easter Road and ran out winners in extra time, John Baird scoring the only goal
Hamilton players celebrating and Hibernian's Lewis Stevenson looking distraught after Kevin Cuthbert saves Jason Cummings' penalty in the Premiership play-off final penalty shoot-out to send Hamilton up and relegate Hibs
And, in the final competitive match of the Scottish domestic season, Hamilton Academical mount an incredible comeback in the Premiership play-off final second leg. Accies trailed 2-0 to Hibs following the first leg but won by the same margin at Easter Road in the return to force extra-time. With no winning goal, penalties ensued and Kevin Cuthbert saved Jason Cummings' spot-kick to give Hamilton a 4-3 win in the shootout and send them up to the top flight, relegating Hibs in the process

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