Celtic Player of the Year awards in full as Matt O'Riley lands treble with Kyogo also in the prizes

The Celtic players celebrated getting one huge hand on the Scottish Premiership trophy by defeating Rangers over the weekend.

And now that they have taken a giant leap towards bagging their main objective as a team, all eyes turned to the OVO Hydro as over 11,000 loyal supporters turned out in a joyous mood to watch their heroes collect personal awards in the annual Player of the Year ceremony for the Parkhead outfit. It's set to be a massive week which started with victory over Philippe Clement's men in Glasgow's east end. Now it will take just one point at Kilmarnock to officially be crowned champions - unless Ranges drop points 24 hours before at home to Dundee.

It is then the small matter of the city rivals going head to head for the final time on May 25 at Hampden as they battle it out for the Scottish Cup and to land domestic doubles in what will no doubt be yet another blockbuster occasion. Speaking of the big occasions, it was exactly that tonight as the individual gongs were handed out to honour the top Celtic moments and players with Matt O'Riley, Kyogo Furuhashi, Daniel Kelly and Amy Gallacher just a few of those landing top prizes - and some winning more than one.

Academy Player of the Year - Daniel Kelly

The youngster has made the breakthrough into Brendan Rodgers' first team this season and has even got off the mark in the goal scoring charts with a strike in a 7-1 win over Dundee.

Talks over a new deal are reported to be on the table for a player highly-regarded by the Parkhead side. The 18-year-old has had a season to remember and he's now added a personal accolade for his exploits in the youth set up.

Women's Goal of the Season - Natasha Flint

Scoring against Rangers is always going to be a highlight when you play for Celtic. But doing it against your main title rivals at IBROX doesn't get any sweeter.

The SWPL looks set to go to the wire with the Hoops sitting ahead of the Light Blues on goal difference with just two games to play. It could prove a brilliant season on the park for Elena Sadiuku's side and certainly one Tasha Flint won't forget any time soon.

Mens & Women's top goalscorers - Kyogo and Amy Gallacher

Kyogo made it back to back top goalscorer awards for the Hoops after hitting 18 goals in all competitions so far this season including 11 Scottish Premiership goals and two in the Champions League. He's started to find real form in recent weeks under Brendan Rodgers and he will be eyeing up the 20-goal barrier as a minimum in the final games. Amy Gallacher has made a real contribution in front of goal with 23 goals from just 28 appearances. She has also provided 18 assists showing not only can she find the back of the net but can also help set up her team-mates. She was on target in the 3-0 win over Partick Thistle earlier today.

Special recognition award - David Potter

Celtic explain this award 'pays tribute to an individual or a group that has brought something exceptional to the Celtic table'. This season the award goes to the late, David Potter who the Hoops say was 'among the finest chroniclers of the history of the club'.

Young Player of the Year - Matt O'Riley

It's two in a row for this award for the midfielder. He's had a stunning season under Brendan Rodgers with goals and assists a key feature to his game now. He was on target with the opener in the weekend win over Rangers - although he was denied from the spot. A player who has gathered big transfer interest from likes of Atletico Madrid and Inter Milan. The Hoops faithful will be desperate to see him in their ranks next season with big clubs likely to come chapping at the door once again.

Women's Players' Player of the Year - Amy Gallacher

This award is the one the players thrive on in the personal accolades and Amy will be delighted to fire this prize on her own CV. Goals win games and for Celtic to lift the SWPL title she will be one they look at as having a major say in the final run-in. Two big games to go and you can bet she finds the net - and no doubt more than once.

Men's Goal of the Season - Kyogo

No surprise that Kyogo was on the podium once more and it was a derby strike to remember that clinched him this prize. He's a regular scorer against Rangers and TWO of his goals against the Light Blues made the top three nominations - but it is his DECEMBER strike at Celtic Park that scoops the award. A brilliant take and shift before unleashing an unstoppable effort beyond Jack Butland into the top corner.

Legendary Goal of the Season - Shunsuke Nakamura

This special award was up for grabs featuring the best goals from the last 20 seasons. The Hoops have scored countless crackers in that period but the winning goal was something that bit more special. Shunsuke Nakamura was no stranger to a free-kick goal and it was his Champions League stunner against Manchester United back in 2006/07 season that bagged the award.

Men's Players' Player of the Year- Matt O'Riley

Kyogo landed this award last year and it is the one that players love to get. This time around it belongs to Matt O'Riley. A big night in the club votes for the Denmark international and he will be be looking to get two further medals in his collection before the end of the month with Scottish Premiership title and Scottish Cup gongs. His campaign to date has included 16 goals and 17 assists. 13 of those strikes have came in the league with 11 further contributions. He also notched three assists in the Champions League showing he can cut it at the very top.

Legendary Player of the Year - Scott Brown

The man who skippered Celtic to every domestic trophy on multiple occasions and is adored by the Hoops faithful. A real special award for the legendary captain. The fans voted in their tens of thousands for this category and it is the former Scotland international who came out on top to add yet another trophy to his fine collection of wins over his career.

Women's Player of the Year - Caitlin Hayes

Another stunning season on the park for Caitlin Hayes and that has been rewarded with back to back Player of the Year awards. She's been an ever present for Elena Sadiku and all eyes will be on capping off a top individual season with a league title.

Outstanding contribution - Henrik Larsson

The King of Kings and forever a legend with Celtic. An award that the club said: 'recognised a true Celtic legend'. Arrived in Glasgow for buttons and ended up smashing all kinds of records and was an incredible servant and talent. He scored well over 200 goals and it is not often you depart Celtic and add Barcelona and Manchester United to your CV. Adored by the Hoops support and always will be.

Men's Player of the Year - Matt O'Riley

The main award of the night and again it was that man Matt O'Riley heading up to the stage. Three big prizes on the night all heading home with the midfielder after a stunning campaign.