Here are the final ratings for the 2013/14 season.





As always, for those players with 10 games played or more, it was very tight at the top of the averages and for the first time since these ratings began, top of the pile is JACK WINDRAM with 6.88, Jack tops the pile ahead of two players who can always be found near the top, Jamie Stobie and Stevie Christie. Well done to Jack on a great season.










Yet again, the he goals have been spread around this season, last time out the club recorded 16 different scorers, this time round it was 17. Top of the charts however, to complete a personal double along with top average is JACK WINDRAM, scoring 20 goals. Next up, with his best scoring season for the club is Robbie Armstrong with 13 and in third place in his debut season with the club is Jamie Logie.









Well, we had 17 different scorers, so it's only fair we match that with 17 different players claiming at least 1 assist. Top of the pile though is front man JAMIE LOGIE with 16 goals laid on for team mates. Completing a double of runners up places is Robbie Armstrong, only one behind on 15 and in third place with 12 assists (the only 3 players to get double figures) is Kevin Strachan. Hard luck to Youngy though, if it wasn't for injury he would surely have been up there, as it was he finished with 7 from the games he did play.







Games Played


Well, this is one of the closest awards we have seen since we started doing these records, top appearances is a tie between STEVIE CHRISTIE and DUNCAN MORRISON, but as Stevie only had 1 sub appearance to Dunc's 3, then he just shades it. In joint third are Robbie Armstrong, Jack Windram and Martin Todd with 25 games played and no sub appearances in there, along with Kevin Strachan who also played 25 times, but twice from the bench.