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Glasgow City came from a goal behind to beat Hibernian 3-1 and go nine points clear at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League.
After a goalless first half, Hibs went ahead early after the restart through Susan Fairlie but City hit back a minute later when Joanne Love broke through to equalise. The game remained in the balance until the final fifteen minutes when Jane Ross netted twice to give her side a firm grip on the title race.
Celtic meanwhile moved into second place on goal difference, courtesy of a 6-1 victory away to Aberdeen. Suzanne Grant led the scoring with a four-goal haul with Megan Sneddon and Nirvana Crichton also on the scoresheet.
Forfar Farmington remain firmly in the running for second place as their excellent season continued with a 4-0 win against Spartans. Aimee Godfrey gave Forfar an early lead with Nicola Davidson adding the second on the stroke of half time. Rachael Small made it three within ten minutes of the restart and Godfrey rounded off the scoring with her second but a great result for Forfar was marred as midfielder Sam Milne sustained a suspected serious knee injury.
Hamilton Academicals kept themselves on top of the bottom half of the table after they defeated Falkirk 4-1. Amy Bulloch was on target twice for the Accies along with Jen King and Helen Templeton, with Falkirk's consolation coming from Sheryl Gallacher.
Rangers meanwhile continued their improving run by winning 3-0 away to Inverness City, repeating their victory over the same opposition in the Cup seven days earlier.
Laura Gavin netted four times as Hutchison Vale stormed to an 8-1 victory over FC Kilmarnock. Kat Smart weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Tracy Donachie and Jamie Torrance with Kirsty Munro replying.
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