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Hibernian will be playing Champions League football for the first time in their history after they defeated Celtic 2-1 to guarantee themselves a top two place in the Scottish Women's Premier League.
With two European places on offer for the first time, Hibs needed a victory to secure qualification and they duly booked their place with goals from Emma Brownlie and Kirsty Smith.
Glasgow City meanwhile remain three points in front of the Hibees in the title race following their 2-0 victory over Spartans. Second half goals from Leanne Ross and Hayley Lauder earned City the points which keep them in the driving seat in the title race.
Rangers ended their recent run of defeats with a 2-0 win against Aberdeen which lifts them back up to fifth place. A first half goal from Kirsty Howat and a Lisa Swanson penalty sealed the three points for a youthful 'Gers side which contained three 16-year-olds and one aged 17.
Stirling University continue to lead the way in the bottom section after they won 5-2 away to Hutchison Vale. Nicola Pullar netted two goals and there was one apiece from Beth McKay, Kerry Kennedy and Rachel Donaldson. Becky Galbraith scored both goals in reply for Hutchie.
Stirling remain two points ahead of Forfar Farmington who claimed their eighth victory in a row with a 6-1 success at Inverness City. Lindsey Dunbar and Tori Sousa were each on target twice along with Keira Johnstone and Nicola Davidson while Alex Andrews grabbed Inverness' consolation.
Hamilton Academical gave their survival hopes a massive boost when they defeated Hearts 4-0. Carolina Richardson netted two of the goals and she was joined on the scoresheet by Courtney McAvoy and Laura Gallen.
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