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Glasgow City will have to wait at least a couple of weeks before being confirmed as Scottish Women's Premier League Champions after they were held to a goalless draw by Rangers.
A win would have secured another title for City but instead they were frustrated by a fine defensive performance from Rangers, particularly from goalkeeper Khym Ramsey.
Rangers might even have snatched a win during the second half but Amy Harrison was denied by a point blank save from Lee Alexander, whilst at the other end Ramsey made a brilliant stop to keep out Suzanne Mulvey's effort.
Second placed Hibernian are eleven points behind, with four matches left to play, after their 3-2 win away to Aberdeen. Lizzie Arnott scored twice for Hibs, with Kirsty Smith adding the other, while Aberdeen's strikes came from Chloe Fitzpatrick and Christy Grimshaw.
Hibs' position in second place was strengthened as Spartans and Celtic battled out a 1-1 draw. Lana Clelland was on target for Spartans, with Celtic replying through Chloe Craig.
Forfar Farmington continue to lead the way in the bottom section following their 4-2 success at Hutchison Vale. Caroline Heron, Abbi Grant, Julia Scott and an own goal secured the points for Farmington, with Tracy Donachie and Michelle Russell on target for the home side.
Hamilton Academicals picked up another win, 2-1 away to Buchan Ladies. Lauren McMurchie and Carolina Richardson netted the Accies' goals, with Buchan responding via a Hannah Stewart penalty.
The other scheduled match between Kilwinning SC and Falkirk was postponed.
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