Rangers, Motherwell and Hibernian maintained their 100 per cent records in the SPL with victories on Saturday.
By Peter O'Rourke
Last Updated: 11/08/07 5:18pm
Rangers made it two wins out of two with a 2-0 victory over St Mirren at Irbox.
St Mirren frustrated Rangers in the first half, but captain Barry Ferguson made the vital breakthrough on 52 minutes when he scored from close-range.
New boy Daniel Cousin came off the bench to mark his debut with a goal ten minutes from time to seal the points for Walter Smith's men.
Hibernian came from two goals down to beat Gretna 4-2 and deny the new boys a historic first win in the top flight.
Fabian Yantorno fired the visitors in front on 17 minutes and Colin McMenamin doubled the lead four minutes after the break.
Two goals in two minutes from Merouane Zemmama (64) and Steven Fletcher (66) turned the game on its head.
Zemmama grabbed his second of the contest eight minutes from time to put Hibs in front for the first time and Kevin McCann wrapped up the comeback with the home side's fourth goal in the dying seconds.
Motherwell left it late as they came from behind to beat Inverness 2-1 at Fir Park.
Ross Tokely gave Inverness the lead on 82 minutes, but veteran midfielder Phil O'Donnell drew Mark McGhee's side level three minutes later.
Ross McCormack netted the winner in the final minute when he converted from the penalty spot.