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Glasgow City remain five points clear at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League following their 5-0 victory over Hamilton Academicals.
Suzanne Lappin led the scoring with a hat-trick and she was joined on the scoresheet by Sarah Crilly and Ruesha Littlejohn.
Susan Fairlie was another player to hit a hat-trick, for second placed Hibernian who netted eleven without reply against Falkirk. Claire Emslie and Kirsty Smith each weighed in with doubles and the tally was completed by Lizzie Arnotto, Sammy Hare, Zoe Johnstone and an own goal.
Rangers emerged triumphant from the Old Firm clash, winning 3-1 against Celtic to cement themselves in third place. Karen Penglase opened the scoring for Rangers midway through the first half, a lead they held until the hour mark when Celtic equalised through Maddie Fulton. Kathryn Hill put Rangers back in front and they sealed the points with a late goal from Natalie Ross.
Spartans are up into fourth place following their 6-0 success over Kilwinning SC. Louise Mason was on target twice for the Edinburgh side along with Louise Paterson, Kirsty McLaughlin, Ellis Jenkins and Lana Clelland.
A tightly contested match saw Forfar Farmington come away from Buchan Ladies as 3-2 winners. Aimee Godfrey netted twice for Forfar inside the opening quarter hour, either side of a Hannah Stewart strike for the home side. Lydia Johnston equalised for Buchan on the hour mark but it was Godfrey's day and she drove home the winner from the edge of the area to complete her hat-trick and give Forfar three important points.
Aberdeen remain just outside of the top half after they defeated Hutchison Vale 2-1. Nicky Wright and Rebecca Dempster scored the goals for Aberdeen, with Hutchie's reply coming through an own goal.
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