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Rangers are one point off the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League table after beating Celtic 2-1 in the Old Firm clash on Sunday.
Whilst joint leaders Glasgow City and Hibernian were battling out a 3-3 draw, defender Chelsea Watson was the unlikely heroine for Rangers as she netted both goals from free kicks, either side of a curling long range strike from Mairead Fulton for the Ghirls.
Spartans and Aberdeen meanwhile finished goalless in their meeting, which keeps both teams positioned just behind the top three. Rebecca Flaherty was in great form for the Dons with a string of saves to help her side earn a point, whilst Sarah Ewens missed a penalty for Spartans. At the other end, Aberdeen nearly won it late on when Rachel McLauchlan hit the post.
There were only two winners from the six matches, Hutchison Vale joining Rangers in picking up maximum points when defeating Inverness City 2-1. Rachel Walkingshaw and Gillian Perry scored the goals which moved Hutchie up into seventh place.
Forfar Farmington and Stirling University shared four goals in a closely fought encounter. Ashley McDonald gave Stirling the lead during the first half but after the break, the home side hit back and went in front with two Amy Gallacher goals. Forfar looked to have held on for the points but deep into injury time, Nicole Pullar grabbed an equaliser to earn Stirling their third draw in six matches.
Hearts met Hamilton Academical with both teams seeking their first league victories of the season but both will have to wait a little while longer following their 1-1 draw, which did earn the Accies their first point of the campaign.
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