Dundee won the Premiership for the second time in a single season, sweeping St Mirren 4-0 away at Dens Park.
Amadou Bakayoko scored twice, Zak Rudden netted from the spot-kick and Zach Robinson added a late fourth.
Dundee now sits fifth on the Premiership Table, only two points back of the Buddies who are third.
Tony Docherty, Dens’ manager, made only one change to his team that defeated Livingston on Sunday. Malachi Boateng replaced Mo Sylla who was dropped from the starting line-up.
Stephen Robinson made a change in the Buddies team which drew Hibs midweek. Keanu Baccus replaced ill captain Mark O’Hara.
Rudden had a golden opportunity in the second-minute to score when he robbed St Mirren’s Richard Taylor. However, with only Zach Hemming as his opponent to beat the striker hit the post.
The Dark Blues then had another opportunity in the 16th-minute, and they took this one.
Owen Beck sent a left-handed corner into play. The ball was only cleared to Bakayoko who drilled in a clinical low shot that hemming could not stop.
Conor McMenamin, who was positioned to take a shot by the Buddies, missed Trevor Carson’s left post.
Both sides struggled to create clearer chances as the hour mark approached. Too many of their attacks failed before they could fully develop.
The Dark Blues increased their lead in the first half stoppage time.
Antonio Portales headed another Beck corner, the ball striking Marcus Fraser’s arm. Referee Matthew MacDermid did not hesitate to point at the spot.
Rudden took responsibility for his actions and smacked a penalty with empathy into the goal, which sent Hemming in the wrong direction.
At the half, Robinson brought on four substitutes. However, the Dark Blues managed to score their third goal of the day in the 57th.
Rudden sprinted down the left and fired a powerful shot which was blocked by Hemming, who dived to his rescue. Bakayoko was there on the spot with gleeful delight as she tucked home the rebound.
Dundee scored their fourth goal in the 85th minutes to end a bad day for St Mirren. Luke McCowan broke forward and passed to Robinson who then shot past Hemming to score his first Premiership Goal of the Season.