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Glasgow City recorded their third straight 1-0 victory to take over the early leadership of the SWPL 1 table.
The reigning Champions found themselves up against an Aberdeen side in determined mood but made the breakthrough midway through the second half when Clare Shine headed in the only goal of the game from a Leanne Ross cross.
Hibernian are two points off the pace after winning 3-1 away to Forfar Farmington. Lizzie Arnot gave Hibs an early lead and Lucy Graham added a second ahead of half time. Caroline Heron secured the points when putting them three ahead on the hour, before Kirsty Deans pulled one back for Forfar.
Celtic had started the day as leaders but are back in third place following a 2-1 defeat at the hands of Stirling University, who registered their first points of the season. All of the goals came in the final five minutes of the game, Suzanne Mulvey looked to have sent Celtic on their way to victory when she gave them the lead but Stirling hit back to take the points through Nicole Pullar and Jade Gallon .
Rangers won 1-0 against Spartans to go level on points with their opponents and Celtic. After Rangers goalkeeper Claire Johnstone had saved a first half penalty from Alana Marshall, they took the points midway through the second when Megan Foley fired home the only goal of the game.
Hamilton Academical continue to power away at the top of SWPL 2 and maintained their 100% record with a 2-0 win against Glasgow Girls. Both of the goals came in the opening half hour, MT Mc Guinness putting them in front and Gillian Inglis scoring the second.
Hearts stay on Hamilton's heels in second place after they scored five times without reply past Queen's Park, who are still searching for their first points. Rebecca Smith, Brogan Anderson, Ashley Carse, Lyndsay Miller and Michaela McAlonie all scored a goal apiece to earn Hearts a third straight win and leave them two points off the leadership.
Buchan Ladies also notched up a 5-0 victory, at the expense of Inverness City, which takes them up into the top three. Louise Brown and Shelley Sutherland each scored twice for Buchan and Jo Murphy was also on target.
Hutchinson Vale and Jeanfield Swifts both remain just below the midway places after their meeting finished in a goalless draw.
Photo - Clare Shine scores the winning goal for Glasgow City against Aberdeen (Tommy Hughes).
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