Benjelloun rescues Hibs
Hibernian substitute Abdessalam Benjelloun netted a dramatic late winner to earn a 2-1 victory over ten-man St. Mirren at Easter Road. St. Mirren were a man down from the 17th minute after midfielder Steven Thomson was red-carded for a wild lunge on his former Falkirk team-mate Patrick Cregg.
Despite their disadvantage, the visitors took the lead in the 38th minute when Stephen McGinn capitalised on defensive disarray in the home ranks, however Hibernian levelled within 60 seconds as youngster David Wotherspoon side-footed home, to set the scene for Benjelloun's winning strike eight minutes from time.
Jim Gannon's youthful Motherwell twice came from behind to draw 2-2 against promoted St. Johnstone.
Murray Davidson's deflected effort gave the Irn-Bru First Division champions a deserved half-time lead, but Shaun Hutchinson headed his first senior goal to level.
Graham Gartland soon scrambled Saints back into the lead, but Ross Forbes earned Motherwell a point with a wonderful long-range strike.
Brace for Kyle
Kevin Kyle scored an impressive double as Kilmarnock beat Hamilton 3-0 at Rugby Park.
The former Scotland striker lashed home a first-half volley from Garry Hay's free-kick and then fired a spectacular strike high into the net six minutes after the break.
Jamie Hamill completed the scoring by netting as the game entered its final quarter, and Jim Jefferies' side held on to maintain the league's only clean sheet of the day.