Regular Season

Regular Season Table
Rk Squad Apps W D L GF GA GDiff Pts Attendance Top Team Scorer Goalkeeper Notes
1Dundee United330082+697,023Lawrence Shankland - 7Benjamin Siegrist
2Greenock Morton320197+261,922Robert McHugh - 3Sam Ramsbottom
3Ayr United320153+261,970Michael Moffat, Craig McGuffie... - 1Ross Doohan
4Dundee312032+155,268Danny Johnson - 2Jack Hamilton
5Arbroath FC311122041,100Bobby Linn - 2Darren Jamieson
6Inverness CT311135-242,298Aaron Doran, Tom Walsh... - 1Mark Ridgers
7Queen of the South302112-121,562Gary Oliver - 1Robbie McCrorie
8Dunfermline Athletic302135-225,854Ryan Dow, Kyle Turner... - 1Ryan Scully
9Partick Thistle301246-213,218Raffaele De Vita, Joe Cardle... - 1Jamie Sneddon
10Alloa Athletic301226-411,167Kevin Cawley, Alan Trouten - 1Neil Parry

Leaders

Yellow Cards
1. Andy GegganAyr United 3
Steven HetheringtonAlloa Athletic 3
3. Coll DonaldsonInverness CT 2
Lewis StrappGreenock Morton 2
Dan PybusQueen of the South 2
6. Lewis KiddQueen of the South 1
Michael PatonQueen of the South 1
Greig SpenceArbroath FC 1
Mark ConnollyDundee United 1
Josh CampbellArbroath FC 1
Charlie TraffordInverness CT 1
Kyle TurnerDunfermline Athletic 1
Josh MeekingsDundee 1
Aidan NesbittGreenock Morton 1
Mark WhatleyArbroath FC 1
David CarsonInverness CT 1
Miles StoreyInverness CT 1
Robbie DeasAlloa Athletic 1
Stuart BanniganPartick Thistle 1
Cameron BluesGreenock Morton 1
Sam StantonDundee United 1
Kevin O'HaraAlloa Athletic 1
Faissal El BakhtaouiQueen of the South 1
Lee AshcroftDunfermline Athletic 1
Ryan WilliamsonPartick Thistle 1
Alan TroutenAlloa Athletic 1
Jordon ForsterDundee 1
Josh ColeyDunfermline Athletic 1
Iain FlanniganAlloa Athletic 1
Henk van SchaikGreenock Morton 1
Stephen KellyAyr United 1
Andy StirlingAlloa Athletic 1
Tom BeadlingDunfermline Athletic 1
Finlay RobertsonDundee 1
Liam SmithDundee United 1
Andy GrahamAlloa Athletic 1
Connor MurrayQueen of the South 1
James PenricePartick Thistle 1
Calum ButcherDundee United 1
Ross DochertyAyr United 1
Callum SempleQueen of the South 1
Red Cards
1. Andy GrahamAlloa Athletic 1

Nationalities

League Notes

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