They don’t give out any trophies for it but St Johnstone will finish the season as the best team in the bottom six.
The Perth side produced one of their best performances of the season to comfortably see off Motherwell and clinch seventh place in the Premiership, an improvement on last year’s position.
It was a thoroughly deserved 2-0 win.
The fact that they managed to score a penalty at the end of a season in which five have been missed was an added bonus.
Scott Tanser converted from the spot on 34 minutes after Chris Kane was wrestled to the ground by Charles Dunne.
Saints had earlier benefitted from referee Colin Steven ruling that the Perth full-back didn’t handle a Gboly Ariyibi shot on the line.
The second goal came two minutes into the second half, Murray Davidson finishing off a superb move that had cut Motherwell open.