The players had wanted to make it a fortress, a sturdy redoubt of fearsome renown, but St Mirren Park remains about as formidable as a potting shed at the Brediland Allotments.
"WHAT'S it like to win at home?" Having seen their team recover from a half-time deficit to move into the lead, the Dundee supporters were not slow to taunt the opposition yesterday.
IT is something of an irony that, by improving his chances of leaving St Mirren this month, Kenny McLean has heightened the prospect of his manager staying.
ST MIRREN are still without a home win to their credit this season but this time it wasn't for the lack of trying.
YOANN Arquin was scripted to hog the spotlight in Dingwall, lining up against the club that chose to jettison him just a fortnight before.