• Steven Thompson inspires as St Mirren beat Hearts 2-0
• Aberdeen leave it late to earn 1-1 draw at Inverness
Two Michael Higdon goals helped Motherwell defeat Dundee 2-1 and remain top of the Scottish Premier League.
Colin Nish had opened his Dundee account with a fine header after 20 minutes but Higdon equalised from close range after 74 minutes and then headed in the winner 10 minutes later. The result leaves Dundee still looking for their first home win of the season.
The win preserves Stuart McCall's unbeaten start to the season but was harsh on a Dundee team who had defended stoutly for the majority of the match.
The Aberdeen substitute Cammy Smith's late header denied Inverness their first victory of the season in a match that both sides finished with 10 men. The 17-year-old's first senior goal with six minutes remaining cancelled out Richie Foran's penalty that had given the hosts the lead after 67 minutes.
Inverness's Owain Tudur Jones was dismissed in the 53rd minute and the Dons captain, Russell Anderson, was sent off 13 minutes later, both for dangerous challenges.
The Highlanders slipped to the bottom of the league prior to kick-off following St Johnstone's lunchtime victory at home to Celtic.
Leigh Griffiths was on target as Hibernian stretched their unbeaten league run to five matches with victory over Kilmarnock.
An inswinging Griffiths corner ricocheted in off the Kilmarnock goalkeeper, Kyle Letheren, and the defender Rory McKeown as Hibs took a 14th-minute lead before Danny Racchi tucked in an equaliser after 32 minutes.
Griffiths converted a 45th-minute penalty that proved decisive as Hibs claimed their second win at Easter Road this season, one behind their tally of home SPL wins in the whole of the last campaign.
St Mirren registered their first home SPL victory of the season as they defeated Hearts 2-0.
Jim Goodwin fired a superb 35-yard strike beyond Jamie McDonald seven minutes before the interval to give the hosts the lead. Lewis Guy doubled their advantage three minutes after the interval after a lightning fast counterattack ended with Steven Thompson cutting the ball back for the striker to find the net.
The visitors pushed men forward in an effort to find a way back into the match but they struggled to test Craig Samson in the St Mirren goal.
Rangers still await their first away victory in the Third Division after being held 0-0 by Annan in front of a record 2,517 crowd at Galabank.Ally McCoist's team dropped points for a third successive away game and suffered another blow when David Templeton was carried off with an ankle injury.