Douglas Ross has been given his second big appointment of the day, as he's announced as one of the assistant referees for Rangers vs St Mirren.
The MP for Moray was elected as the new leader of the Scottish Conservatives on Wednesday, succeeding Jackson Carlaw after running unopposed.
The 37-year-old will lead the party into the next election, but he's also continuing his career as an SFA official.
And Ross has been named as one of the two assistant referees as St Mirren visit Rangers on Sunday.
The Tory leader has run the line in the Scottish Cup final as well as in Champions League matches, and once missed a debate on Universal Credit due to his officiating duties.
He later agreed not to accept appointments when parliament is sitting due to backlash from some fellow MPs.
On Sunday he'll be alongside Graeme Leslie as assistant to Andrew Dallas, with Gavin Duncan as the fourth official.
Elsewhere Alan Muir will be the man in the middle as Celtic visit Kilmarnock, while Willie Collum has been appointed to St Johnstone vs Aberdeen in Saturday's early kick-off.