Kenyan striker Jonah Ayunga made his long-awaited comeback on Saturday afternoon as St Mirren emerged 1-0 winners over Livingston in the Scottish Premiership.

Ayunga has been out of action since January after rupturing his ACL and his comeback will be a boost for Mirren who have blown hot and cold without the Kenyan; the striker managing one hour before being replaced by Greive.

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The win came courtesy of a Sean Kelly own goal in the 37th minute with the result moving them to the third spot with 22 points, 14 points below leaders Celtic who have played a game more.

In other games involving Kenyans on Saturday, Eric Omondi was introduced at the start of the second half as Uta Arad battled to a goalless draw against CFR Cluj with Vincent Herper being introduced in the 65th minute as Exeter City went 7-0 down to Bolton Wanderers in the English League One.

Clarke Oduor and Johanna Omolo were unused substitutes for Bradford City and KV Oostende respectively in their Saturday game. While Bradford beat Accrington Stanley 1-0, Oostende fought to a 3-3 draw against Club Brugge II.

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