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Hibernian hold on to the early leadership of the Scottish Women's Premier League following a 3-1 victory over Stirling University.
Abigail Harrison, Heather Richards and Lia Tweedie scored the goals for Hibs, with Stirling's consolation coming from Nicole Pullar.
Rangers join Hibernian on nine points after keeping up their own 100% record with an impressive 4-0 success away to Spartans. Lisa Swanson was on target twice and she was joined on the scoresheet by Natalie Ross and Hayley Cunningham.
Celtic meanwhile notched up a 7-1 win against Hearts, a result which takes them into third place. Mairead Fulton and Sam McManus each netted doubles along with Cara McBrearty, Chloe Craig and Kelly Clark, while Hearts replied through Amy Harrison.
Glasgow City made it two wins out of two when returning home from Aberdeen with a 2-1 victory under their belts. Lauren McMurchie gave City the lead from the penalty spot with Hayley Lauder adding the second, before Susan Murray pulled one back for Aberdeen during the second half.
Hutchison Vale produced a fine performance as they defeated Hamilton Academical, who are still searching for their first points, 4-1. Ashley Carse , Gillian Perry , Laura Gavin and Rachel Walkinshaw all scored to earn Hutchie their first win of the season.
Forfar Farmington also got off the mark as they came from behind to beat Inverness City 2-1, courtesy of goals from Keira Johnstone and Holly Napier.
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