St Johnstone moved level on points with Celtic at the top of the SPFL Development League with a 1-0 win over Dunfermline on Tuesday evening.
Greg Hurst - a recent signing from Stirling Albion - scored the only goal after 62 minutes at McDiarmid Park.
Hamilton Accies are up to third place following a 4-1 victory against Dundee at New Douglas Park. Martin Canning, Marc Kelly, Steven Boyd and Ross Cunningham netted for Accies, with Kerr Waddell on target for Dundee.
Hibernian earned their first win of the season in emphatic fashion, beating Aberdeen 4-2 at Ainslie Park. Farid El Alagui grabbed a double, with Jamie Insall and Ryan Porteous also on target. David Dangana and Michael Rose replied for the Dons.
St Mirren were 4-2 winners against Dundee United at Glebe Park. Lewis McLear hit a hat-trick and Darren Whyte also scored for Saints. United's goals came from Matty Smith and Aaron Duke.
Inverness CT defeated Hearts 3-1 at Grant Street Park with goals from Iain Vigurs, Andrew MacRae and Dani Lopez. Robbie Buchanan pulled one back for the visitors.
Dominic Docherty got the only goal as Partick Thistle beat Ross County 1-0 at Firhill.
Leaders Celtic play Kilmarnock at Cappielow on Thursday while the match between Falkirk and Rangers was postponed.
There were goals galore in the SPFL Development East and West Leagues this week.
Stirling Albion are four points clear in the East section after beating Alloa 5-2, Forfar are second after seeing off East Stirlingshire 5-0 and Raith Rovers are third following a 5-0 win at Cowdenbeath. Meanwhile, Stenhousemuir got the better of Berwick by a 5-3 margin.
Morton moved two points clear in the West section by beating Ayr United 2-1 while Queen of the South climbed to second after thrashing Dumbarton 7-1. Airdrieonians were 8-2 winners away to Stranraer and Queen's Park beat Clyde 2-1.