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Hibernian continue to set the early pace in the Scottish Women's Premier League and they scored seven times without reply for the second successive week, this time against Inverness City.
The two sides had recorded the two biggest wins on the opening day but it was Hibs who produced a strong display to stay on top of the fledgling table. Caroline Heron, Elliss Jenkins and Lucy Graham each scored twice with Frankie Brown - playing her last match before joining Bristol Academy in the WSL - adding the other goal.
Celtic slot into second place after beating Hutchison Vale 2-0. Celtic were made to work hard for the points but a Julie Fleeting double ensured they made it two wins from two and they are yet to concede a goal so far.
Glasgow City complete a trio of clubs on six points following their 4-1 victory away to Hamilton Academicals. A brace from Suzanne Lappin, along with goals from Abbi Grant and Julie Nelson, gave City the points with the Accies' consolation coming through Gillian Inglis. However the win was marred for City as young striker Alyshia Walker was stretchered off with what appeared to be a serious injury.
Rangers and Spartans had both recorded victories in their opening matches and both remain unbeaten after their meeting ended in a closely fought goalless draw.
Aberdeen meanwhile registered their first points of the season with a 3-1 victory away to Buchan Ladies. Rachael Small scored a goal in each half and a second half strike from Hermans wrapped up the win for the Dons.
Newly promoted Queen's Park picked up their first point as they battled out a 2-2 draw with Forfar Farmington. Ceara McIntyre and Valentina Mazzoni were on target for the Spiders with Forfar replying via an Amy Gallacher double.
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