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Glasgow City remain on top of the Scottish Women's Premier League on goal difference after scoring seven times without reply past Rangers.
Julie Fleeting hit a brace and there was one apiece from Joanne Love, Clare Shine, Kerry Montgomery, Susan Fairlie and Leanne Ross.
City continue to lead the way by the slenderest of margins from Hibernian, who won 3-0 away to local rivals Spartans. Lizzie Arnot had a great day, netting a penalty in each half before rounding off her hat-trick from open play to keep her side's title challenge well on course.
Aberdeen are back up into third place, at the expense of Celtic after beating them 3-0. Hannah Stewart opened the scoring on fifteen minutes, with Loren Campbell adding the second via a sweetly struck volley on the hour. Rebecca Dempster completed a great display from the Dons with the final goal.
The chase at the top of the bottom section has got a little closer after Forfar Farmington defeated leaders Stirling University 1-0. Amy Gallacher scored an early goal to take improving Forfar to within two points of their opponents.
Hearts meanwhile got back to winning ways with a 2-1 success against Hutchison Vale. Kirsty McLaughlin and Brogan Anderson netted their goals, with Hayley Cunningham pulling one back late on for Hutchie.
Hamilton Academical boosted their survival hopes, thanks to a vital 4-0 victory over Inverness City. Laura Gallen netted a goal in each half and she was joined on the scoresheet by Gill Inglis and Lori Gardner.
Photo - Susan Fairlie clips home Glasgow City's fourth goal against Rangers (Andy Buist).
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