Hibs boss Neil Lennon has today been nominated for the PFA Scotland Manager of the Year Award.
Lennon is one of four managers in contention, with Killie's Steve Clarke, Celtic's Brendan Rodgers and Jack Ross of St Mirren also in the running.
The Hibees are running for 2nd spot in the Premiership in their first season back after promotion, and have had an excellent season.
The winning manager will be announced on Sunday night at the SPFA awards.
Hibs midfielder John McGinn will also be up for Player of the Year at the same award ceremony.
Good luck to both.
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