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Glasgow City and Celtic remain neck and neck at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League after recording victories on Sunday.
City remain as leaders on goal difference, thanks to a 4-0 victory over Hamilton Academicals. Eilish McSorley gave them the lead and they added further goals through Emma Mitchell, Megan Sneddon and Ruesha Littlejohn.
Celtic meanwhile kept up their challenge by scoring seven without reply away to Boroughmuir Thistle. Joanne Love, Suzanne Grant and Stacey Cook all netted doubles with Kirsty McBride also on target.
Spartans hold on to third place after they defeated Forfar Farmington 4-1. Diana Barry netted twice for the Edinburgh side along with Claire Crosbie and Hayley Lauder.
Hayley Cunningham led the scoring with a five-goal haul as Hibernian ran out 13-1 winners over FC Kilmarnock. Ellen Pia, Hollie Thomson and Joelle Murray each contributed braces with one each from Laura Kennedy and Suzanne Robertson. Killie's consolation goal came from Claire Docherty,
Rangers moved into fifth place by beating Aberdeen 6-1 thanks to Nicola Bayne (2), Lesley McMaster, Lana Clelland, Louise Mason and Jennifer Callaghan with Jenny Taylor replying.
Dundee Utd SC's new look side came close to picking up a valuable point as they went down to a narrow 3-2 defeat at home to Inverness. Robyn Smith netted both goals for United but it was Inverness who went home as the victors via strikes from Becky Dingwall, Lisa MacKenzie and Karen Mason.
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