Scottish Premiership round-up: Hamilton Academical move out of relegation zone
Last Updated: 10/04/17 2:41pm
Hamilton moved out of the Scottish Premiership relegation play-off place on Saturday after holding out with 10 men to draw 1-1 at home to Ross County.
While Celtic, who had already won the league, won 3-1 against Kilmarnock, the attention was on the other end of the table.
Massimo Donati fired into the top corner to put Hamilton ahead inside three minutes but Giannis Skondras was shown a straight red card just before half-time for chopping down Ryan Dow on the break.
And against the 10 men, County equalised on the hour when Martin Woods' corner was converted at the near post by Craig Curran.
It was still enough to lift the Accies above Motherwell, who were beaten 1-0 at Partick Thistle.
Kris Doolan scored after good work by Chris Erskine to give Thistle a 10th-minute lead and Steven Lawless saw an effort deflected onto the crossbar on the half-hour.
The victory means that Thistle will finish in the Scottish Premiership's top six for the first time, while Motherwell slipped to second bottom.
Inverness remain rooted to the bottom of the table after losing 3-0 at home to St Johnstone.
Caley Thistle frequently threatened from set-pieces but it was the visitors who took the lead five minutes before half-time through Steven MacLean's untidy goal.
The hosts' task got tougher as the game entered its last 10 minutes as Larnell Cole collected two swift yellow cards for dissent and it proved costly as Graham Cummins first won a penalty for Liam Craig to make it 2-0 a minute from time, then scored a third himself in stoppage time.
Dundee are just a point above the bottom two after losing 1-0 at Hearts.
Isma Goncalves made the decisive breakthrough in the 13th-minute from Don Cowie's through-ball and they went close to a second when Arnaud Djoum's header was superbly saved by Scott Bain.
The visitors struggled to impose themselves but had a couple of late half-chances, although their hopes ended when Paul McGowan fired over at the end.