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City and Hibs stay level
 Women's Football News 25 May 2015
Glasgow City remain on top of the Scottish Women's Premier League on goal difference after running out 3-0 winners over Stirling University. 
Denise O'Sullivan fired City in front in the fourteenth minute and Kerry Montgomery ensured they had a two-goal advantage at the break. Abbi Grant wrapped up the win for City in the second half when she curled home the third goal.
Hibernian emerged as 2-1 winners from the important clash with Rangers, which maintains their unbeaten record in second place. Lucy Graham and Joelle Murray netted the goals for Hibs in the second half after Rangers had led through an own goal at the break.
Aberdeen stay in fourth following their 5-0 success away to Hamilton Academical. Kelly Forrest, Hannah Stewart and Shannon McGregor all found the net for the Dons in the first half, before Chloe Fitzpatrick and Rebecca Dempster crowned the win with further goals after the break.
Sarah Ewens hit a hat-trick as Spartans stormed to a 7-0 victory over Inverness City. It was a good day for the Spartans strike force as all three shared the goals between them, with Louise Mason and Morgan Mitchell each bagging braces.
Celtic meanwhile got back to winning ways, scoring seven times without reply past Hutchison Vale. Cara McBrearty gave them a fourth minute lead and Samantha McManus added the second, before Ruesha Littlejohn also got on the scoresheet on the stroke of half time. Littlejohn scored a second early in the second half with Naomi Johnston adding the next, Colette Cavanagh and Joanne Paton rounding off the scoring.
Hearts celebrated their first victory of the season following promotion, 2-0 against Forfar Farmington. Demi Falconer and Brogan Anderson scored the goals to earn Hearts a result which takes them out of the bottom three places.

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