It’s time to vote for your Tullibardine Player of the Month for August.
The month may have started with some tough results but the squad bounced back in style. They reached the quarter finals of the Betfred Cup and giving us a memorable day against Rangers, when Peter Hartley netted a dramatic last-minute equaliser in a 3-3 draw.
Now you can choose who deserves the accolade of our best player.
To vote, just head to our Facebook page and choose your favourite. Here’s the shortlist for August.
Brought back on loan after the departure of Cédric Kipré, the central defender has slotted straight back into the team with ease.
The Englishman has been a consistent performer since making his return against Hamilton and has made three appearances.
Having played his way back into selection, Bigirimana has been a strong performer in central midfield.
Impressing against Hamilton Academical and Livingston, his best came at the end of the month when he set up two goals in the 3-3 draw with Rangers.
Johnson has had to wait patiently to get his chance as he adjusted to life in ML1, but has already demonstrated the goal scoring prowess he displayed south of the border.
His performance against Hibernian as a substitute gave the Steelmen hope of a comeback, before netting the winner in the 1-0 cup win over Livingston and showing great composure to open the scoring against Rangers with a delicate chip.
Always Mr Dependable, Carl McHugh has moved back to centre back and handled it with a succession of strong performances.
The Irishman has been an ever-present in August, forming a solid defensive line along with Aldred and Peter Hartley.