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Hibernian are the early pacesetters in the Scottish Women's Premier League with six points in their opening two games after running out 8-1 winners over Hamilton Academical.
Abigail Harrison led the scoring for Hibs with a four-goal haul, Chloe Arthur weighed in with a brace and the tally was completed by Lucy Graham and Lizzie Arnot.
Rangers also picked up their second victory of the season when beating Hutchison Vale 1-0, courtesy of a goal on the stroke of half time from Natalie Ross.
Aberdeen complete a trio of teams on six points after they defeated Forfar Farmington 2-0. The first half ended goalless but an own goal put the Dons in front after the break and Rachael Small wrapped up the win by scoring the second goal against her former club.
Celtic claimed their first victory of the season, a 3-2 success away to newly promoted Stirling University. Jill Paterson gave Stirling the lead via a free kick but Celtic hit back strongly and led at the break through Samantha McManus and Joanne Paton. Ashley McDonald levelled the scores once again before Celtic had the final say and Kelly Clark headed in the winning goal from a corner.
The other newcomers, Hearts Ladies, picked up their first point when sharing a 1-1 draw with Inverness City. Michelle Stewart was on target for Hearts, with Inverness replying through Kirsty Deans.
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