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Glasgow City stay two points ahead at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League after they defeated Aberdeen 2-0.
Suzanne Lappin gave City the lead on the quarter hour mark and, shortly after Fay McDonald had struck the post for Aberdeen early in the second half, Lappin scored her second goal to make the points safe.
Rangers stay hard on Glasgow City's heels in second place following a 4-1 victory away to Queen's Park. Megan Sneddon, Hayley Cunningham, Suzanne Mulvey and Megan Foley netted the goals to give Rangers their fifth win in sixth matches, with Valentina Mazzoni grabbing a consolation for the Spiders.
The sides occupying the next two positions in the table met each other and it was Hibernian who bounced back from defeat the previous Sunday to win 1-0 against Celtic. Siobhan Hunter scored the only goal of a tight encounter to take Hibs back above Celtic and into third place.
Spartans meanwhile continue to pick up pace and their 5-2 victory away to Buchan Ladies has lifted them into fifth. Louise Mason, Katie Reilly, Sarah Ewens, Kerry Montgomery and Natasha McMahon all scored a goal apiece for the Edinburgh side, with Buchan replying through Donna Paterson and Lydia Johnstone.
Hamilton Academicals and Hutchison Vale finished level at 1-1, a result which keeps both teams around the mid-table positions. Kirstin McGuire was on target for the Accies whilst Diana Barry scored for Hutchie for the second successive week.
After a nightmare defeat at the hands of Spartans seven days earlier, Forfar Farmington showed great character bounced back to register a point from a 1-1 draw with Inverness City. Caren Webster scored the goal for Forfar, with Inverness' strike coming from Sarah Main.
Photo - Suzanne Lappin opens the scoring for Glasgow City against Aberdeen (Graeme Berry)
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