We'll be adding all the post-match reaction to the website in the next few hours and will be back at midday tomorrow for the Scottish Premiership game between Dundee and Celtic at Dens Park. The teams are level on points, although the Dark Blues have played a game more. Have a great evening.
- FT: Aberdeen 2-0 Partick
- FT Hamilton 4-0 Ross County
- FT: Inverness CT 2-0 Kilmarnock
- FT: Motherwell 0-1 St Johnstone
- FT: St Mirren 0-3 Dundee Utd
- Wins for Hearts and Rangers in Championship
Hibs manager Alan Stubbs
"There's been a lot of personnel changes. It was never going to happen overnight but obviously in football we want to turn it around as quickly as possible. It's got to be a complete set of mindset here."
Hibs manager Alan Stubbs
"There's been words. The players know what's expected of them. I'm not going to talk about what was said. There's no point ranting and raving. I expect better from them. At 1-0 I didn't think we were doing enough. We had got ourselves in front but we didn't do enough of winning the second balls, stopping crosses."
Hamilton player-manager Alex Neil
"I'm delighted for the players. They have worked so hard. They look a good team at the moment. We've got a long way to go. It's four games and we've picked up 12 points [after opening day defeat]."
James Mitchell: "Another great result #ictfc. 5 games 4 wins 1 draw. Yet to concede a goal and top of the League. good times. Go #Caleyjags #bbcsportscot"
Dundee United manager Jackie McNamara
"I think we can play a lot better. The score flattered us a bit. It was a great three points. I'm delighted for Blair [Spittal]. It was a fantastic finish."
Kilmarnock manager Allan Johnston
"I don't think we deserved much from that game. There were too many people under-performed today. Right from the start we didn't pass the ball the way we can. We looked sluggish. The journey up wouldn't have helped but we were OK against Ross County. The second goal was a great strike. The first goal was individual errors."
BBC Scotland's Tom English
"Having beaten Celtic last week, you might have thought Inverness would have a bit of a dip, but they haven't."
Inverness manager John Hughes
"It was our day. I'm just thankful that we picked up the three points. In the second half we passed it a lot quicker. It helps us when it's a quicker pitch. We're playing some good stuff - Meekings, McKay, Shinnie. We're going to try as hard as we can [to maintain the unbeaten run]. We've said to the boys in the dressing room to get as many points on the board as quick as we can to stay in the Premiership and then we'll re-set our goals."
In the Championship, things are not going well for Hibs. They are in eighth place after four games, on three points. Their city rivals Hearts have maximum points and top the pile, while Rangers are in second place with nine points.
Inverness CT, on 13 points, are a point ahead of Hamilton and Dundee United, at the top of the Premiership. St Mirren and Ross County are without a point. Whoever takes over from Derek Adams at the Staggies has a lot of work to do to rebuild confidence.
John Hughes' Caley Thistle stay top of the Premiership with their win over Killie. What a start - 13 points from five games.
Superb finish by Blair Spittal, who chests the ball down before smashing the ball into the net for United's third.
Almost a third for United as Ryan Dow's shot is beaten away by Marian Kello.
On-loan striker Brian Graham gets on the end of Gary McDonald's cross and heads home what could be the winner for St Johnstone at Fir Park.
BBC Scotland reporter Kenny Crawford
In this tale of penalties it's looking very much like Hamilton will stroll to the finish line. After Mickael Antoine-Curier's double and Richie Brittain's miss for County, home midfielders Tony Andreu and Danny Redmond have had chances to extend the lead.
Greg Tansey fires from 25 yards and watches as the ball rebounds off the post and off the back of Killie keeper Craig Samson into the back of the net for Inverness Caledonian Thistle's second of the afternoon.
BBC Scotland's Derek Ferguson
"It looks to me like both Motherwell and St Johnstone don't believe that they can win this game, both teams seem to be lacking in confidence."
Osman Sow rolls the ball home from the penalty spot to make it a canter against the Bairns.
Hearts win a penalty against Falkirk, as Osman Sow is brought down.
Aaron Doran finds the opener for Inverness Caley Thistle after a patient, well-worked move involving Billy McKay and Graeme Shinnie to roll the ball into the back of the net. It had been coming. Moments ago Killie found themselves under more pressure and keeper Craig Sampson was forced to make a save when Ryan Christie directed a header towards goal.
Midfielder Prince Buaben is sent off for a lunge on Falkirk's Scott Olumid Durojaiye.
Jaroslaw Fojut heads home Dundee United's second from a corner.
Richard Brittain's penalty is saved and Ross County remain three goals down at New Douglas Park.
Niall McGinn makes it two for Aberdeen with a scintillating left-footed effort that surely puts the game beyond Alan Archibald's men.