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The top two are continuing to stretch the early pace in the Scottish Women's Premier League with Glasgow City holding on to the leadership on goal difference after beating Celtic 2-1.
An own goal gave City a first half lead which was doubled by Hayley Lauder and although Kirstin McGuire pulled one back for the Ghirls with fifteen minutes remaining, City saw the game out for their fifth straight victory.
Hibernian made sure of keeping pace with the leaders by beating Forfar Farmington 7-2. Abigail Harrison was on target twice for Hibs and there was one apiece from Katey Turner, Siobhan Hunter, Kirsty Smith, Chelsea Cornet and Lizzie Arnot with Jade McLaren and Amy Gallacher replying for Forfar.
Rangers bounced back from their first defeat of the season last week to score six times without reply past Inverness City and move themselves back into third place. Kirsty Howat netted two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Lisa Swanson, Natalie Ross, Chelsea Watson and Sarah Clelland whilst Claire Johnstone saved a second half penalty.
Aberdeen's winning run was checked as they were held to a 3-3 draw by Hutchison Vale. Ashley Carse had given Hutchie a first half lead and it took a late Rachael Small goal to earn Aberdeen a share of the spoils, after Nikki Smith had earlier netted twice.
After a midweek defeat to Glasgow City, Spartans bounced back with a 2-0 success away to Hamilton Academical. A goal in each half earned the Edinburgh side the points, Louise Mason giving them the lead before Alana Marshall added the second.
The two newly promoted sides met each other and the spoils were shared with Stirling University and Hearts finishing level at 3-3. Nicole Pullar scored twice and Jade Gallon the other for Stirling and on target for Hearts were Brogan Anderson, Vicki Farquhar and Amy Harrison.
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