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Conor Newton and Paul Dummett helped St. Mirren draw 0-0 with Aberdeen as two of Sir Alex Ferguson's old clubs met on Saturday

By Dan King - Newcastle United Club Reporter

Having already played out two 0-0 draws this season, St. Mirren and Aberdeen shared another goalless game on Saturday.

In their final home match of the Scottish Premier League, the Saints picked up a valuable point in a dull affair at St. Mirren Park.

Paul Dummett and Conor Newton both played the full match as two of Sir Alex Ferguson's former clubs met on the 30th anniversary of the Dons' Cup Winners' Cup victory.

A bobbly pitch and strong wind didn't help either side, although Newton did test Jamie Langfield from distance and Dummett was part of a solid Saints defensive display.

Elsewhere in the division, Mehdi Abeid missed St. Johnstone's 4-0 defeat to Celtic through injury.