The Celtic duo claimed two of the awards up for grabs on Sunday night.
DELIGHTED to win an honour of such importance at a club like this. All down to hard work and persistence! pic.twitter.com/s7qUZX7Xdk— leigh griffiths (@Leighgriff09) April 26, 2015
It was a special occasion to mark a special campaign on Sunday as Celtic celebrated their end-of-season awards.
Luckily for the Bhoys, spirits were high already after a 3-0 win over Dundee United earlier that day.
Leigh Griffiths netted a second-half hat-trick to move Celtic eight points clear of second-placed Aberdeen at the top of the Scottish Premiership once again - and the 24-year-old was a winner at the club's awards ceremony, too.
Indeed, Griffiths's three-goal haul was his third of its kind of the season, contributing to a total of 18 that saw him named Celtic's top scorer for the campaign.
The striker was understandably delighted and attributed his success to hard work and persistence.
Joining him in picking up an award - and celebrating it on Twitter - was Kris Commons.
Congratulations to all the winners tonight. Great to pick up the goal of the season. Thanks for all your votes pic.twitter.com/CljuXxUYUt— Kris Commons (@kcommons15) April 26, 2015
The Celtic midfielder had been in and out of the team during the first few months of the campaign but soon came to an understanding with boss Ronny Deila and signed a new contract at Parkhead.
Commons won the goal of the season award, while Stefan Johansen and captain Scott Brown shared the players' player of the year award.
Jason Denayer claimed Celtic's young player of the year award, while fans voted Johansen their player of the season.