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The top two teams in the Scottish Women's Premier League have pulled further away after recording victories as the league returned from its mid-season break.
Glasgow City hold on to top spot after coming from behind to beat Spartans 3-1. Diana Barry had given Spartans the lead, before City levelled the scores through a Leanne Ross penalty and went on to take the points with further goals from Jane Ross and Suzanne Lappin.
Celtic stay three points behind, with a game in hand, after Joanne Love netted five times in their 14-0 victory over Aberdeen. Mairead Fulton and Suzanne Grant each weighed in with hat-tricks, with the other goals coming from Lauren McMillan, Leanne Crichton and Karen McInally.
Hibernian moved back into third place by winning 2-1 away to Inverness. Hayley Cunningham and Laura Kennedy netted their goals, with the home side replying through Lisa McKenzie.
Forfar Farmington notched up the biggest win of the day and added to FC Kilmarnock's problems by scoring fifteen without reply. Rebecca Dempster headed the tally with a four-goal haul, Caroline Heron bagged a hat-trick while Eilidh Reid and Alana Bruce contributed braces. Bobbie Beveridge, Avril Gourley, Fay Hughes and Caren Webster rounded off the scoring with one apiece.
Hamilton Academicals continue to have a good season and moved to within striking distance of the top three by beating Boroughmuir Thistle 2-1. Nicky Grant and Lindsay Hogg were on target for the Accies, with Boroughmuir's consolation coming from Kirsty McLaughlin.
Rangers stay in seventh but are just one point away from third place following their 8-0 victory over Dundee Utd. Lindzi Bayne and Lana Clelland both hit hat-tricks, with Cheryl Gallacher and Lesley McMaster joining them on the scoresheet.
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