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Spartans are the leaders of the fledgling SWPL 1 table on goal difference following their 3-1 victory over Forfar Farmington on Sunday.
Alana Marshall gave them the lead from the penalty spot, with Forfar responding quickly through an equaliser from Amy Gallacher. However Mariel Kaney put Spartans back in front once again and Katie Reilly sealed the win with the third goal.
Reigning Champions Glasgow City are other team on maximum points after recording their second successive 1-0 win, this time against opening day leaders Celtic. Clare Shine scored the only goal of the game to keep up City's good start.
Hibernian sit in third place after following up their opening day win with a goalless draw against Aberdeen, who registered their first point.
Rangers notched up their first victory but needed to come from behind before running out 4-1 winners over Stirling University. Kerr gave Stirling an early lead but Sarah Robertson brought Rangers back on level terms on the stroke of half time. Katey Turner then put Rangers ahead, Megan Foley added the third and Hayley Sinclair rounded off the scoring.
Hamilton Academical kept up their impressive start to the season in SWPL 2 with a 4-0 victory over Jeanfield Swifts. Gillian Inglis, Lori Gardner and Marie Therese McGuinness ensured that the Accies led by three goals after the break, before Gardner completed her double during the second half.
Hearts occupy second place in the table after scoring seven times without reply against Inverness City. Ashley Carse led the scoring with a hat-trick and there was one apiece from Rachel Walkingshaw, Brogan Anderson, Rebecca Smith and Louise Moultray.
Joining them on four points are Buchan Ladies who returned from Hutchison Vale with a 3-0 victory under their belts. Louise Brown gave them the lead just before half time and Vanessa Silcocks added the second from the penalty spot, before Lydia Johnston netted the final goal midway through the second half.
Glasgow Girls meanwhile notched up their first victory when a solitary strike from Sarah Curtis gave them the points against Queen's Park.
Photo - Clare Shine scores the winning goal for Glasgow City against Celtic (Tommy Hughes).
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