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Glasgow City stay just ahead of Hibernian
 Women's Football News 31 May 2015
The top two in the Scottish Women's Premier League will go into Wednesday night's League Cup Final level on points following victories on Sunday. 
Glasgow City continue to hold on to top spot following their 6-1 win against Hearts. Denise O'Sullivan headed City into an early lead but Hearts hit back quickly and Amy Harrison levelled the scores. City then hit back and Abbi Grant netted twice ahead of the break and Susan Fairlie joined her on the scoresheet. Fairlie scored her second after the interval and Kerry Montgomery rounded off the scoring with the final goal.
Hibernian ensured that they also made it seven wins out of eight games when beating Hutchison Vale 4-0 in their local derby match. Chelsea Cornet put them in front on the stroke of half time and Chloe Arthur quickly added a second after the break. Emma Brownlie and Heather Richards then both scored from long range to wrap up another good result for Chris Roberts' side.
After having been beaten the previous week, Rangers bounced back with a 3-1 victory over Stirling University which keeps them four points behind the top two.
Aberdeen follow on in fourth after keeping up their good form by also winning 3-1 against Inverness City. Donna Paterson gave the Dons a first half lead which was quickly doubled by Alana Bruce, with Chloe Fitzpatrick adding the third goal during the second half.
Celtic produced one of their best results of the season so far when they defeated Spartans 3-0. Ellis Dalgleish opened the scoring late on in the first half and they went on to secure the points with further late strikes from Joanne Paton and Samantha McManus.
Hamilton Academical meanwhile celebrated their first win of the season, 1-0 away to Forfar Farmington. An own goal six minutes into the second half settled matters in favour of the Accies for a result which lifts them off the bottom of the table.

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