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Glasgow City maintained their nine point lead at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League following an emphatic 14-1 victory away to Aberdeen.
Emma Mitchell had a good day in front of goal by netting four times whilst Jane Ross and Ashley McDonald each weighed in with hat-tricks. Joanne Love bagged a brace and there was one apiece from Christie Murray and Ciara Barnes.
Celtic hold on to second place on goal difference by beating Forfar Farmington 2-0. The damage was done in the first half with Megan Sneddon and Suzanne Grant putting Celtic ahead at the interval and despite an improved display after the break from Forfar, they could not retrieve the game and Celtic took three valuable points.
Hibernian meanwhile stayed level on points with Celtic as they won 4-0 away to local rivals Spartans. Susan Fairlie was on target twice for the Hibees, whose other goals came from Kirsty McLaughlin and Caroline Weir.
Hamilton Academicals made sure that they still lead the bottom section of the table and they were another team to hit double figures, defeating Inverness City 10-1. Sarah Crilly, fresh from scoring for Scotland on her debut in midweek, celebrated by netting a hat-trick whilst Helen Templeton and Cheryl McCulloch both added doubles. Toni Mason, Karen McInally and Gillian Inglis completed the tally for the Accies with Inverness' consolation coming from Sarah Main.
Rangers remain one point behind Hamilton after scoring nine without reply past FC Kilmarnock and Hutchison Vale were narrow 2-1 winners at Falkirk. Kat Smart scored both goals for Hutchie with Falkirk replying through Cheryl Watt.
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