Lee Hodson and Kilmarnock kept their third clean sheet in four games, as new boss Lee Clark started his reign as manager with a goalless draw home to Dundee.
Saturday’s result moves Killie level with Partick Thistle and within one point of Hamilton Academical and Motherwell, although they remain in the relegation play-off spot.
Hodson has played every minute since joining the Ayrshire club at the start of the month and with the right-back in the side, Killie has conceded just two goals, both of which came in the Scottish Cup defeat to Rangers.
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Elsewhere this weekend, Charlie Burns helped Hayes and Yeading United to an important 2-1 victory over play-off hopefuls Oxford City, which moves them four points clear of the Vanarama National League South relegation zone.
The goalkeeper made a number of important stops as United came from behind to win thanks to Elliot Benyon’s close-range finish and an own goal from Oxford goalkeeper Laurie Walker – a former Dons Academy player.
Burns was recalled to stadiummk following Saturday's game, due to David Martin's injury in the Dons' clash with Bristol City.
Biggleswade, who travel to Sun Sports this Tuesday evening, sit 10th in the table, six points off the top six.
The second-year scholar featured in United’s 3-1 victory over Tring Athletic earlier in the week and played his part in earning another three points for Cristian Colas’ side at Second Meadow.
made his home debut for Biggleswade United, as they secured their second triumph in a week with a 2-1 win over St. Margaretsbury. Tom Wyant In the Spartan South Midlands League Premier Division,
Hickford played over an hour before being substituted, as the Tudors stayed within eight points of the play-off places in the National League South.
The Berkshire outfit fell behind to goals from Tom Bolarinwa and Dan Fitchett but Michael Richens pulled one back in the second half. Goalie Jamie Butler then secured a point for his side with a 90-yard punt from inside his own area.
made his second successive start for Hemel Hempstead Town as they fought from two goals down to earn a draw at Sutton United, with the stoppage-time equaliser coming courtesy of the Hemel keeper. Harry Hickford