Celtic are two points clear at the top of the SPFL Development League after beating Hearts 2-0 at Dumbarton this week.
Fiacre Kelleher opened the scoring and a Sean McKirdy own goal early in the second half sealed the points for Tommy McIntyre's side.
Second-placed St Johnstone drew 3-3 with St Mirren at McDiarmid Park, with Neil Martyniuk netting a stoppage-time equaliser for Alex Cleland's team. Craig Thomson and Greg Hurst were also on target for the Perth men, with Darren Whyte, Jaison McGrath and Alan Gow scoring for the visitors.
Hamilton Accies are in third spot after beating reigning champions Aberdeen 3-2 at New Douglas Park. Ryan Tierney grabbed a double and Scott McMann also netted for Accies. Joe Nuttall and David Goodwillie replied for the Dons.
Rangers are fourth following their 1-0 victory over Partick Thistle at the Excelsior Stadium, where Ryan Hardie scored the only goal after 72 minutes.
Inverness CT saw off Motherwell 3-1 at Grant Street Park with goals from Jamie Wilson, Ali Sutherland and Andrew MacRae. Dylan Mackin was the Well marksman.
Kilmarnock were 3-0 winners against bottom club Hibernian at Ainslie Park. Goals from Ross Barbour, Dale Carrick and a Ryan Porteous own goal secured the points for Alan Robertson's team
Falkirk and Dunfermline drew 2-2 at the Falkirk Stadium, with the Bairns hitting back through Ryan Sinnamon and Kyle Johnson after the Pars had led thanks to a Mickael Antoine-Curier goal and an Alan Maybury og.
Dundee and Ross County played out a 0-0 draw on Thursday afternoon.
Berwick Rangers beat Alloa 1-0 in the only Development League East game this week while Ayr United moved level on points with Development League West leaders Morton after beating Queen's Park 3-2 and Dumbarton and Stranraer drew 1-1.