Scottish Premiership winners and losers: Kilmarnock joy | Rangers defender sums up season | Celitc star bounces back | Hamilton survive | Future looks bright

A look back at the final weekend of the Scottish Premiership season.

From the race for third to the relegation playoff, we picks the winners and losers from the weekend. Scroll down and click through the pages to see who shone and struggled in the Premiership these past few days...

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The emotions were clear to see at the end of the win over Rangers. Killie finished third for the first time since 1966.
What a way to finish his spell as Kilmarnock boss before taking up the Scotland position. He's transformed a club.
The midfielder has been a key addition to the Killie side and played another pivotal role in a huge win. Superb assist for Chris Burke's goal.
Karamoko Dembele made his long-awaited debut. Also on show at Celtic Park were Connor Smith, Aaron Hickey, Andy Irving and Ewan Henderson.
A second-half hat-trick for the striker. A welcome boost ahead of the play-off matches agaisnt Dundee United.
15 league goals for the midfielder after a brace against Livingston. Should have been 16 but missed a penalty.
An erratic display from the referee at Easter Road, inlcuding the award of a penalty to Aberdeen which wasn't.
No shots on target against Hamilton.
Two of the easiest goals given up, plus the concession of two penalties.
A difficult introductory season to Scottish football was completed by giving away a penalty which cost Rangers at least a draw.
The Hearts midfielder could miss the Scottish Cup final after twisting a knee against Celtic.
Three goals conceded. All of which should have been saved.
Produced one of the attempts on goal anyone has seen. Not scored in 2019.
Netted both goals for Celtic in the win over Hearts to banish the performance against Rangers.
Scored the goal which took him to 30 for the season.
In his final game of the club scored the opener as Accies secured Premiership football once more.
Did what was asked of him after he took over from Martin Canning and kept Hamilton in the top flight.