Scottish Championship leaders Inverness returned to winning ways in the league with a 2-0 victory over Greenock Morton.
Caley Thistle suffered their first league defeat of the season against Hamilton last time out but grabbed a goal in each half against struggling Morton.
The opener came in the 21st minute from Billy McKay, who profited from quick work by goalkeeper Mark Ridgers following a Morton corner to race through and net his fourth goal in two games.
There was a 10-minute delay to the start of the second half after a clash of heads between Michael Gardyne and Cameron Blues but, after receiving stitches, Gardyne stepped up to score the second only four minutes in.
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