Rangers fight back to win, Imrie thunderbolt
Kenny Miller came to the rescue with the winner in a 2-1 victory for Rangers against St Johnstone as he maintained his record of scoring in every game in the SPL so far this season.
Saints had taken a shock lead at Ibrox through Danny Grainger, before Sasa Papac - who netted both his goals against the Perth side last term - restored parity with a little help from unfortunate defender Kevin Rutkiewicz.
But it was Miller who had the final say as he claimed his fifth goal of the season to add to strikes against Kilmarnock and Hibernian in Rangers' previous SPL outings.
Jamie Hamill's injury-time strike consigned Aberdeen to a 1-0 loss and their first defeat of the season, and lifted Kilmarnock's spirits after they had lost their opening two games.
The Dons had started the better of the sides but quickly fell away, and it was Kilmarnock who deserved the win with Irishman Conor Sammon causing the home defence problems.
Dougie Imrie's first-minute thunderbolt earned Hamilton a much-needed 1-0 win and their first points of the season as they edged out Inverness.
Former Caley Thistle midfielder Imrie fired home a 30-yard strike after just 38 seconds in an explosive start. The early goal-of-the-season candidate proved decisive, inflicting a second consecutive home league defeat on Inverness.