Scottish Premiership: Wins for Aberdeen, Hibernian and Kilmarnock
Last Updated: 01/04/18 6:08pm
Aberdeen moved level on points with Rangers in the Scottish Premiership thanks to a 4-1 win over St Johnstone on Saturday.
Ryan Christie opened the scoring after 35 minutes, Stevie May added a second six minutes later and Greg Stewart made the points safe six minutes after the break.
Matthew Willock pulled one back but Stewart grabbed his second as the Dons ended a run of three games without a win - or even a goal.
The result means Aberdeen are level on 59 points with Rangers, who came from two down to snatch a 2-2 draw at Motherwell - and 12 points behind Celtic, who brushed aside basement boys Ross County 3-0.
Elsewhere, Hibernian took 71 minutes to break the resolve of second-bottom Partick Thistle when Jamie Maclaren scored and Paul Hanlon's effort five minutes later earned them a 2-0 win. Daniel Devine saw red late on for Thistle.
First-half goals from Lee Erwin and Stephen O'Donnell handed Kilmarnock a 2-0 win at home to Hamilton.
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