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Scottish Women's Premier League title winners Glasgow City rounded off their season in style when scoring ten times without reply against Rangers.
Denise O'Sullivan got City off to a flying start with the first of her two goals after just 39 seconds but it was Clare Shine who had a fantastic day in front of goal, netting five times in total. Carla Boyce scored her first senior goal and the tally was rounded off by Joanne Love and Erin Cuthbert.
Hibernian will also go into next week's Scottish Cup Final in good form as they finished up their campaign by beating Spartans 4-1. Lia Tweedie bagged a brace along with Kirsty Smith and Siobhan Hunter whilst Spartans, whose manager Debbi McCulloch was leading the team for the last time, scored a late consolation through Katie Reilly.
Third place was up for grabs as Celtic took on Aberdeen and it was to provide a dramatic finish. The game was goalless until five minutes from time, when Aberdeen looked to have taken the points when Nikki Smith gave them the lead. However, deep into injury time, Celtic goalkeeper Gemma Fay pushed forward for a corner and was fouled in the area, Chloe Craig holding her nerve to convert the resulting penalty and securing a top three finish for her side.
There was also late action at Stirling University where visitors Forfar Farmington went home with the points and a 2-0 victory. Tori Sousa scored both goals in the last ten minutes to see Farmington finish their season on a winning note but it was Stirling who ended up on top of the bottom section.
For the second league match in a row, Hutchison Vale were involved in a high scoring draw, this time sharing a 4-4 scoreline with Hearts. In fact, Hutchie had to come from two goals behind on two occasions to earn themselves a point, Natalie Ross scoring twice along with Ellis Jenkins and Hayley Cunningham. Rachel Walkinshaw, Brogan Anderson, Michelle Faughnan and Gemma Mason had all been on target for Hearts.
Hamilton Academical also completed their campaign with a victory, 3-1 away to Inverness City. Karen Baillie scored two first half goals and Florence Haines added the other for the Accies after the break.
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