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City maintain lead
 Women's Football News 30 Jun 2014
Glasgow City will take a five point lead into the mid-season break in the Scottish Women's Premier League after coming from behind to win 4-1 away to Hibernian. 
Hibs took the lead through Lizzie Arnot but goals from Abbi Grant, Leanne Ross, Suzanne Lappin and Emma Black gave the visitors all three points and stretched their winning run to 11 matches.
Rangers cemented themselves in second place following their 2-0 victory over Aberdeen. Both goals came in the last fifteen minutes, Amanda Traynor giving Rangers the lead with Hayley Cunningham adding the second via a free kick.
Celtic climbed above Hibernian into third place after scoring seven times without reply against Inverness City. Hayley Sinclair led the scoring with a hat-trick, Kelly Clark weighed in with a brace and there was one apiece from Mhairi Gilmour-McGuire and Heather Richards.
Spartans' six-match winning run was brought to a halt by local rivals Hutchison Vale, who moved out of the bottom four on the back of their 4-2 victory. Michelle Russell put Hutchie in front on the half hour with Trish McLaughlin equalising on the stroke of half time. Russell restored the home side's lead early in the second half with Rebecca Galbraith adding a brace to seal the points, before Katie Reilly grabbed a late consolation for Spartans.
Hamilton Academical will start the second half of the season as leaders of the bottom half following their 6-1 success away to Queen's Park, giving departing manager Kevin Murphy a winning send off after nine years at the helm.
Forfar Farmington meanwhile recorded their first league victory of the campaign, a 4-0 success at Buchan Ladies. Nikki Grant, Nicola Davidson, Holly Napier and Jade McLaren were all on the scoresheet to lift Forfar above Buchan and out of the bottom two as a result.

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