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Glasgow City march on at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League after recording their fourth straight victory, 5-1 against Aberdeen.
All of City's goals came in the first half, Eilish McSorley giving them the lead before Lisa Robertson, Leanne Crichton, Julie Melrose and Leanne Ross joined on the scoresheet. Nikki Wright scored a late consolation goal for Aberdeen from the penalty spot.
Hibernian follow on in second place after picking up arguably the result of the day, a 3-2 win away to Celtic. Susan Fairlie, Caroline Weir and Siobhan Hunter were on target to make it three wins out of three for Hibs while Celtic replied through Heather Richards and a Chloe Craig penalty.
Forfar Farmington got back to winning ways and are in third place following their 5-2 victory over Hutchison Vale. Aimee Godfrey and Caroline Heron each scored twice for Forfar along with Julie Scott, while Michelle Russell and Laura Gavin responded for Hutchie.
Rangers also recorded a 5-2 win against previously unbeaten Hamilton Academicals to help lift themselves up the table. Hayley Cunningham netted from the penalty spot along with Natalie Ross, Hollie Thomson, Rachel Halliday and an own goal, while the Accies' goals came from Kirstin McGuire and Gillian Inglis.
Katie Reilly was the day's top scorer, hitting a hat-trick for Spartans as they ran out 4-0 winners over Falkirk. Alana Marshall added the other goal to earn the Edinburgh side their first league victory of the season.
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