ST Mirren secured their return to the top flight of Scottish football after a goalless draw against Livingston confirmed them as winners of the Championship.

Jack Ross's side needed just a point against their nearest rivals to secure their return to the Premiership and got there with three games to go despite being held 0-0 by Livi, who remain 12 points adrift.

Despite a succession of chances, St Mirren were unable to break the deadlock but were happy to play out the draw that sees them back into the top flight for the first time since 2015.

It is also a first Championship title in 12 years, just a season after they were in a relegation scrap at the other end of the table and in danger of dropping into the third tier.