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Glasgow City moved a step closer towards completing the Scottish Women's Premier League season with a 100% record as they defeated Celtic 3-1.
Danica Dalziel gave City the lead just before half time and Emma Mitchell netted twice after the break, before Chloe Craig grabbed a consolation for Celtic.
City were presented with the league trophy after the game, the fifth season in a row they have been crowned as SWPL Champions.
Celtic had started the day in second place but they remain firmly in the running for the runners-up spot after their two main rivals, Hibernian and Spartans, battled out a 4-4 draw. Joelle Murray scored twice with Leanne Crichton and Claire Emslie adding the others for Hibs, while Lana Clelland struck a hat-trick in reply for Spartans and Hayley Lauder was also on target.
The result means that Hibs go back into second, one point ahead of Celtic and Spartans a further point adrift.
The honours were also shared in the mid-table clash between Rangers and Hamilton Academicals, which finished level at 3-3. Nicola Docherty bagged a double and Jen Callaghan the other for Rangers.
Inverness City won for the second week in a row, a 5-3 success away to FC Kilmarnock. Natalie Bodiam and Hannah Gordon each netted braces and Lisa McKenzie the other for Inverness, with Killie responding through a Shelley Fairlie double and Kirsty Munro.
Hutchison Vale meanwhile ran out 3-0 winners at Falkirk, Laura Gavin scoring twice and Ann Taylor was also on the scoresheet.
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