OK, I'll call it a day here. Thanks very much for so many valuable contributions throughout the afternoon by text, on Twitter and on Facebook. It's greatly appreciated. We'll be adding match reports and reaction to the website in the next few hours, and we'll be back tomorrow for Hamilton's trip to Celtic.
- FT: Aberdeen 3-0 St Mirren (Rooney 2, Reynolds)
- FT: Inverness CT 3-3 Kilmarnock (Shinnie, Ross, Williams; Eccleston, Slater, Obadeyi)
- FT: Dundee Utd 0-2 St Johnstone (O'Halloran 2)
- FT: Motherwell 0-1 Dundee (McGinn)
- FT: Partick Thistle 1-3 Ross County (Taylor; Curran, De Vita, Fraser)
St Mirren manager Gary Teale
"We didn't deserve anything out the game. Aberdeen were excellent. I am disappointed at all three goals. It's the lapses of concentration that are costing us just now. If we can finish in 10th position, that is the challenge, so that we are in this league next season. I thought John McGinn was excellent. He kept going right to the end. We need more of that determination."
Aberdeen are level on points with Celtic, who play Hamilton on Sunday, and the Glasgow side also have another game in hand.
Aberdeen manager Derek McInnes
"I thought all areas of the team were excellent. We got on top of them (St Mirren) early on. We scored a good first goal. The conditions weren't great, with a gusty wind, and the pitch was very dry. We asked the players to be more demanding in the second half - more crosses and more balls into space. At 2-0 we got a wee bit gung-ho. I saw Shay Logan bombing on when it wasn't needed. The back four and goalkeeper were excellent. We've enjoyed today. The players are in fine fettle. I think we could get stronger."
Motherwell goalkeeper George Long is helpless as Dundee's Paul McGinn scores the opening goal of the game.
Frank Johnstone: "No defence of the Glasgow clubs but the sectarian abuse has been just as prevalent on a personal level at Tynecastle and Pittodrie over the years, but a blind eye is always turned."
Albion Rovers 0-1 East Stirlingshire
Annan Athletic 2-0 Arbroath
East Fife 1-1 Clyde
Elgin City 4-0 Montrose
Dundee's Thomas Konrad winces from a challenge by Motherwell's Craig Moore, but the latter will be hurting too this evening as the Steelmen are bottom of the Premiership.
Forfar Athletic 1-0 Dunfermline Athletic
Greenock Morton 2-0 Stranraer
Peterhead 2-0 Ayr United
Stenhousemuir 0-2 Airdrieonians
Stirling Albion 0-1 Brechin City
Cowdenbeath 0-2 Allo Athletic
Falkirk 2-0 Livingston
Hibernian 3-0 Dumbarton
Queen of the South 1-2 Hearts
Genero Zeefuik scored the winner for Hearts at Queen of the South as the Jambos march towards the Scottish Championship title.
Paul Cooper: "Went to see Dundee United worst display I have seen. Don't think Celtic will be losing any sleep about the three games. First time I have walked out of a game and I wasn't the only one."
Andrew, Richhill: "Adam Rooney has been in great form of late. But if Aberdeen are to seriously challenge Celtic for the SPFL title come May then he's going to have to keep this goalscoring run going."
Scott, Edinburgh: "I hate the sectarian nonsense that comes out of Rangers and Celtic but as long as there's segregrated schools based on religion it is ridiculous that the government think they can stop it by banning a few songs at a football match."
A shiver will be running down the spines of Motherwell fans as they fall to the bottom of the table. They, Ross County and St Mirren are all on 18 points, but the Buddies have played one game more.
Dundee keeper Scott Bain gathers the corner and that is that...
That just leaves the game at Fir Park between Motherwell and Dundee still being played in the Premiership, where the Dark Blues lead 1-0. Well have a last-gasp corner...
St Johnstone striker Steven MacLean and Dundee United's Jaroslaw Fojut exchange views.
Hibs leapfrog Rangers to go up to second spot in the Scottish Championship.
BBC Scotland football pundit Allan Preston at Tannadice
"Dundee United are doing very well to escape with a 2-0 defeat."
James Mitchell @Caleyman: "C'mon #ictfc - try and hold onto a lead today. A draw is not what i want #bbcscotfootball"
Chick Young at Firhill
"What a win this is for Ross County. The alarm bells will be ringing in Paisley and Motherwell but also here in front of the eyes of the home fans."
Dominique Malonga cracks in Hibernian's third goal against Dumbarton in 56 minutes.
William Wallace on Facebook: "Oi Barraclough, it ain't working, do something, oh I don't know, perhaps use the last sub and not in the last 5-10 minutes either."
Hannah Ross @hannahjrxox: "Playing terrible! No chance of Europe if we keep up this, Dundee United! #bbcscotfootball"
Jonathan Sutherland at Fir Park
"Motherwell look as if they will finish today at the bottom of the table. All these Motherwell fans must wonder where a goal is going to come from against Dundee."
Brian Doig on Facebook: "Team giving us reason to cheer? Can I assume us suffering St Mirren fans are excluded from this?"
Midfielder Willo Flood looks somewhat apprehensive about approaching Adam Rooney to congratulate him on scoring his second goal for the Dons against St Mirren.
Ian on Facebook (about chanting): "Clubs can eject the culprits. I appreciate initially many fans would be ejected, but if we are serious about this it must be tackled head on. Or, do we continue with the deaf ear policy."
Michael Cruickshank @mcruickshank92: "Aberdeen must be title contender with a display like this #bbcscotfootball"
In no time at all, County re-assert themselves in the match as Marcus Fraser gives the visitors a two-goal cushion with 20 minutes remaining. And what a goal it was! The full-back skipped past two Thistle challenges before battering the ball beyond Paul Gallacher.
Well, it looks as if County are going to have to work hard for all three points at Firhill as Lyle Taylor heads home Kallum Higginbotham's corner to give the Jags hope.
St Johnstone go close to a third goal. David Wotherspoon sets off on a dazzling run and feeds Lee Croft on the right, but his inviting cross is cleared brilliantly by Ryan McGowan, with Chris Kane waiting to apply the finish.
Ian Patrick on Facebook: "Another match day and St Mirren fail to turn up."
Toby: "Caley game will be an interesting talking point on Sportscene today! #bbcscotfootball"
Great goal by Ross County as Michael Gardyne times his pass to Raffaele De Vita to perfection and the midfielder slots his shot with precision past Paul Gallacher. This could be a big day in the relegation battle.
This time it is Mark Reynolds on target for Aberdeen, heading in Niall McGinn's corner for his third of the season.
For the third time in the match, Kilmarnock pull themselves level. Tope Obadeyi is the scorer for Gary Locke's side on this occasion with a powerful shot.