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Glasgow City have moved three points clear at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League with a 5-1 victory over Hibernian.
With Celtic's match away to Inverness City falling victim to a waterlogged pitch, the two other teams sporting a 100% record came face to face. Lisa Evans gave City an early lead with Claire Emslie equalising, but Evans put the reigning Champions back in front with her second goal and Leanne Crichton netted against her former club. Christie Murray and Emma Mitchell both found the net in the second half to seal their side's victory.
Spartans are back up into the top four, thanks to a 3-1 win against local rivals Hutchison Vale. Claire Crosbie, Sarah Ewens and Diana Barry netted the goals to put their team back to winning ways, whilst Hutchie's consolation came from Michelle Russell.
Julie Scott was on target four times as Forfar Farmington continued their climb up the table by beating FC Kilmarnock 10-0. Caroline Heron, Lucy Graham, Caren Webster, Kelly Clark, Nicky Grant and Fay Hughes completed the tally for Forfar by netting a goal apiece.
Hamilton Academicals picked up their first point of the season when sharing a 2-2 draw against mid-table Rangers. Susan Fairlie and Carolina Richardson both scored for the Accies with Rangers replying through Lucy Clark and Alana Marshall.
Falkirk meanwhile claimed their first victory and points as they defeated Aberdeen 2-1. Jade Gallon and Emma Lyons were both on target for Falkirk and Aberdeen's consolation came from Kelly Forrest.
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