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Glasgow City and Hibernian remain neck and neck at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League after both got back to winning ways on Sunday.
Leaders City made the tough trip to Aberdeen and returned home with a 1-0 win under their belts. The match remained in the balance until thirteen minutes from time, when Clare Shine scored the only goal of the game.
Hibernian meanwhile defeated Rangers 4-1 and stay in second place on goal difference. Abigail Harrison kept up her terrific run of form by netting another two goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Lia Tweedie and Lizzie Arnot, with Rangers' consolation coming from Chelsie Watson.
Celtic are back up into third place, thanks to a 3-1 victory over Spartans. Kelly Clark opened the scoring for the Ghirls with three minutes on the clock and Joanne Paton doubled their advantage ahead of half time. Paton turned provider for the third, early in the second half, when her cross was volleyed home by Maddy Fulton, before Ciara Barnes pulled a goal back for Spartans with ten minutes remaining.
Stirling University remain well on course to finish on top of the bottom section, remaining five points clear after beating Hearts 7-1. Nicole Pullar and Rachel Donaldson each scored twice and there was one apiece from Jade Gallon, Ashley McDonald and Lisa Sutherland.
Forfar Farmington continue to improve and kept up their recent good form with a 3-1 success against Hamilton Academical. Keira Johnstone gave Forfar the lead after eight minutes with Amy Gallacher scoring a goal in each half, before Gill Inglis grabbed a late consolation for the Accies.
For the first time this season, Hutchison Vale recorded back-to-back victories and are three points in front of the bottom two following their 4-1 win over Inverness City. Laura Gavin put Hutchie in front with an own goal levelling on the half hour but after the break, Rachel Walkingshaw restored their lead and goals in the last ten minutes from Hayley Cunningham and Mariel Kaney secured three valuable points for Hutchie.
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