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Glasgow City remain seven points clear at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League following a 3-0 away win over Hibernian.
Goals from Cheryl McCulloch, Joanne Love and Denise O'Sullivan sealed a thirteenth straight win for City and set them up for Wednesday night's top of the table clash against Rangers.
Rangers are now the only side with a realistic chance of catching City and they kept those hopes alive by beating Aberdeen 5-1. Hayley Cunningham, Lisa Swanson, Kirsty Howat, Suzanne Mulvey and Megan Sneddon all scored a goal apiece with the Dons' consolation coming from Rebecca Dempster.
Celtic move up into third after coming from behind to win 3-2 against Spartans. The Edinburgh side got off to a great start with Trish McLaughlin giving them an early lead, before Heather Richards and Abigail Harrison turned matters around in Celtic's favour just ahead of half time. Julie Fleeting added a third after the break but Celtic needed to survive a late onslaught from Spartans, McLaughlin scoring her second and then Gemma Fay saved a late penalty from Sarah Ewens.
Hamilton Academicals remain at the top of the bottom section of the table despite going down to a 3-1 defeat at the hands of Inverness City. Natalie Bodiam, Kirsty Deans and Sarah Main were all on the scoresheet for Inverness with an own goal in reply for the Accies.
Forfar Farmington and Hutchison Vale meanwhile finished level at 2-2, a result which keeps Forfar out of the bottom two. Hutchie had trailed by two goals at the break before a second half fightback earned themselves a share of the spoils thanks to a Laura Gavin penalty and Bryony Ross.
The two teams at the foot of the table met each other in a crucial clash and it was Queen's Park who emerged as 4-1 victors over Buchan Ladies. Valentina Mazzoni was on target twice for the Spiders along with Nicole Montoya and Mhairi Lyle.
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