Queen of the South's talismanic striker Stephen Dobbie has been nominated for the Scottish Championship Player of the Year.
The 34-year-old re-signed for the Doonhamers in August 2016, and has since scored 24 goals in 39 appearances.
It's been a bit of an average season for Queen of the South, but the club have still managed a league and cup double of sorts this week.
The Premiership Trophy and the Scottish Cup landed at Palmerston Park yesterday, as the SPFL came to Dumfries to acknowledge the club's outstanding work bringing football to the community:
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Fans under the age of 15 will be given free admission to the Queen of the South versus Falkirk game this Saturday 4th of March.
The offer is open to fans of both teams.
It is part of an initiative to encourage as many people as possible to attend the game, as the championship team take on Falkirk, Dunfermline and Morton within one week.
They've described it as a "season defining time for the first team squad".
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Queen of the South fans say they're happy with the appointment of Gary Naysmith as the new manager, and hope he can help turn things around at the club.
They spoke to ITV Border before the Doonhamer's 3-2 defeat by St Mirren at Palmerston Park on Tuesday evening.
Naysmith had only had one training session with the squad before the match, so fans say they're willing to give him a chance:
The new Queen of the South manager says he wants to bring in some new players to boost the squad.
Gary Naysmith was speaking after the Doonhamer's were defeated 3-2 by bottom of the table side St Mirren.
It was their seventh successive defeat.
The manager, who's only been at the club for a few days, says he needs time to get to know the team.
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Fans attending the Queen of the South cup tie against Linfield applauded on the 39th minute of the game in memory of Ryan Baird.
The 39-year-old from Sanquhar was killed last weekend when the Rangers support bus he was travelling in overturned in Ayrshire.
Mr Baird was a Linfield and Rangers fan, and his family have travelled to Dumfries to watch today's match.
A minute's silence was also held at Palmerston Park before kick off at 1pm.