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Glasgow City were given a scare as they came from behind to beat Rangers 3-1 and stay three points clear at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League.
Rangers led at half time through a goal from Jen Callaghan but after the break, Joanne Love levelled the scores for City and they went on to take the points with further strikes from Lisa Evans and Emma Fernon.
The two nearest challengers to Glasgow City, Hibernian and Forfar Farmington, meanwhile met each other and it was Hibs who emerged as narrow 1-0 winners, thanks to a solitary goal from Kirsty McLaughlin.
Forfar remain in third place though as Spartans, the only team which could have overtaken them, were held to a 4-4 draw by Hamilton Academicals. Diana Barry scored twice along with Sarah Ewens and Louise Young for Spartans, whilst on target for the Accies were Sarah Crilly, Cheryl McCulloch, Carolina Richardson and Toni Mason.
Celtic recaptured their winning form when beating Hutchison Vale 6-2. Emily Thomson, fresh from making her Scotland debut in midweek, bagged a brace as Hayley Cunningham, with Rhonda Jones and Natalie Ross joining them on the scoresheet.
Aberdeen continue to pick up good results in their first season back in the league and they lifted themselves into the top half of the table on the back of a 2-0 success away to FC Kilmarnock.
Inverness City claimed their first league victory of the season and lifted themselves out of the bottom three by defeating Falkirk 2-1. Natalie Bodiam and Finella Annand netting the goals for Inverness, with Lisa Sutherland replying.
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