Saints 3-0 Motherwell
Anyway, enough of that. I wasn't there tonight, so this will be relatively brief. There were two changes to the Saints side that drew with Motherwell on Saturday, Michael Higdon replacing the injured Tom Brighton and Allan Johnston coming in for his first start, replacing Steven Thomson.
Jim O'Brien tested Paul Gallacher early on before Saints took control. Midway through the first half there was that rarest of things when one of our set pieces yielded a goal, Higdon heading home an Andy Dorman free-kick despite the best efforts of keeper John Ruddy.
Gallacher did well to save Jamie Murphy's effort before we went 2-0 up after the hour mark, Ross going on a trademark run before firing in a ball that was deflected past Ruddy.
Late on, Dorman went on a lung busting run and his cross was deflected in by Craigan.
A fine night for the Saints and our biggest win over SPL opposition since the Scottish Cup in 2006 when we beat... Motherwell!