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Glasgow City produced a fine display to beat Hamilton Academical 12-0 on Sunday afternoon and hold onto the leadership of the Scottish Women's Premier League on goal difference.
Leanne Ross led the scoring for City with a four-goal haul while Abbi Grant and Susan Fairlie chipped in with a brace each. Claire Shine, Joanne Love, Emma Black and Denise O'Sullivan also got their names on the scoresheet as the Scottish Champions ran riot against a team which had won its last two matches.
Hibernian are still keeping pace with Glasgow City after recording a fine 3-1 victory away to Aberdeen. The Dons had started the day just seven points behind the joint leaders but goals from Siobhan Hunter, Lizzie Arnot and Lia Tweedie earned Hibs an impressive result, after Megan Anderson had given the home side an early lead.
Third placed Rangers meanwhile showed great resilience in coming from behind to win 2-1 against Forfar Farmington. The Gers were reduced to ten players after just sixteen minutes when Amy Lindsay was red carded and things looked even worse when Forfar captain Nicola Davidson gave her side the lead with a long range strike. However Rangers battled back to pick up three valuable points with Katey Turner scoring both goals.
Celtic are back up into fourth after scoring five times without reply away to Inverness City. Sam McMillan bagged two of the goals for the Ghirls and there was one apiece from Kylla Sjoman, Sam McManus and Chloe Craig.
Last week, Hearts recorded a notable win over top six opponents and the other promoted side, Stirling University, emulated that feat when beating Spartans 1-0. The only goal of the game came just before half time when Nicole Pullar scored to put her side in with a genuine chance of challenging for a top half place.
Hearts also continue to go from strength to strength and they are also one point away from the top half following a 1-0 derby victory over Hutchison Vale. Brogan Anderson netted the goal which secured Hearts a third win in four matches.
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