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Forfar Farmington are leading the race for the runners-up position in the Scottish Women's Premier League after they won 3-2 at Spartans and climbed into second place.
During the week, Forfar were given a boost when they were awarded the game played recently against Glasgow City, the result being reversed due to City having fielded an ineligible player.
Aimee Godfrey gave Forfar an early lead before Spartans hit back with Diana Barry levelling the scores and Sarah Ewens putting them in front at the break. However Godfrey equalised after the break and went on to complete her hat-trick late on, to lift her side into their highest position of the season.
Celtic stepped up their challenge by scoring seven without reply against Aberdeen, which takes them into third. Suzanne Grant bagged a hat-trick, Abigail Harrison weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Heather Richards and Megan Sneddon.
Hibernian remain in the running but received a setback as they were beaten 8-1 by Champions Glasgow City. Jane Ross led the scoring for City with a hat-trick and Emma Fernon netted twice, Suzanne Lappin found the net on her return to the club and the tally was completed by Ashley McDonald and Eilish McSorley, with Rebecca Zoltie replying.
Hamilton Academicals stay on top of the bottom section after goals from Ainsley Douglas, Sarah Crilly and Cheryl McCulloch gave them a 3-0 victory over Falkirk.
Hutchison Vale ensured that they stay level on points with Hamilton after running out 6-2 winners away to FC Kilmarnock. Jennifer Rodgers netted twice for Hutchie along with Laura Dunn, Tracy Donnachie, Laura Gavin and Kat Smart.
Inverness City still have a chance of climbing out of the bottom two and they gave those hopes a boost with a vital 1-0 victory over Rangers.
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