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Glasgow City head the SWPL 1 table by eight points after running out 3-0 winners over Rangers in their top of the table clash on Sunday.
Julie Fleeting opened the scoring and Erin Cuthbert added a brace to give the reigning Champions their seventh straight victory.
Rangers' defeat means that Hibernian replace them in second place after beating Spartans 4-0. Lucy Graham and Sarah Ewens ensured that Hibs led by two goals at the break over their local rivals and they went on to crown the win with further goals after the break from Chelsea Cornet and Siobhan Hunter.
Celtic are up into third following a 1-0 victory away to Aberdeen. Both sides had opportunities to score but the only goal of the game came just before the hour mark when Christie Murray scored from close range following a corner.
After defeats in their opening five matches, Forfar Farmington got off the mark with a 2-0 win against Stirling University. Both goals came during the second half, Holly Napier giving Forfar the lead and Tori Sousa sealing the points with the second goal.
Things remain very tight in SWPL 2 but Hamilton Academical are back on top of the table following their 5-2 victory over Buchan Ladies. Lori Gardner was on target twice along with Amy McGill, MT McGuiness and an own goal to ensure the Accies regain the leadership on goal difference.
Glasgow Girls defeated Jeanfield Swifts 3-2 to move into second place, their highest position to date. Samantha McManus, Lauren Coleman and Megan Logan netted the goals for Glasgow with Jeanfield's replies coming from Eilidh McIntyre and Danni McGinley.
Hearts had started the day as leaders but are back in third place, one point off the pace, after being held to a 1-1 draw by Hutchison Vale. It was Hutchie who led at the break through a goal from Ellis Jenkins, before Hearts battled back after the break to earn themselves a share of the spoils thanks to Michelle Stewart.
The two teams at the foot of the table met each other in an important clash and it was Queen's Park who emerged as winners, registering their first points of the season when beating Inverness City 4-3.
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