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Glasgow City stay five points clear in SWPL 1 after winning 3-0 away to Stirling University.
The home side had won both of their previous games but City went in front after six minutes through Hayley Lauder and they went on to crown the win with strikes either side of half time from Hayley Rosen and Erin Cuthbert.
Hibernian are not giving up the chase in second place and scored nine times without reply past Rangers. Rachel McLauchlan and Lizzie Arnot led the scoring by bagging a hat-trick apiece and the tally was completed by Emma Brownlie, Chelsea Cornet and Rachael Small.
Celtic are looking on course for a top three finish following their 5-0 victory over Forfar Farmington. Five different players got on the scoresheet for them, Kelly Clark giving them the lead before they added further goals through Kirsty Howat, Ellis Dalgleish, Natalie Ross and Abbi Grant.
Aberdeen gave their survival hopes a huge shot in the arm with a 3-0 win at Spartans. Hannah Stewart and Megan Reid put them two ahead inside the opening twenty minutes and Cassie Cowper made the game safe with the third after the break.
In SWPL 2, Glasgow Girls have edged themselves three points ahead by winning 4-0 against Hutchison Vale. Lauren Evans led the scoring for the table toppers with two of the goals and there was one apiece from Samantha McManus and Lauren Coleman.
Hamilton Academicals meanwhile lifted themselves into second place on goal difference when they defeated Inverness City 6-1. MT McGuiness hit a hat-trick for the Accies and also on the scoresheet were Lori Gardner, Gillian Inglis and Amy Anderson.
The win takes Hamilton above Hearts who were held to a 1-1 draw by Buchan Ladies. Shelley Sutherland netted the goal for Buchan with Ashley Fish replying.
Jeanfield Swifts did their chances of a top half place a power of good when scoring nine times without reply against Queen's Park. The prolific Danni McGinley bagged herself a four-goal haul and Alex Fox contributed a double with Chiara Grossi, Morgan Steedman and Jade McDonald also getting on the scoresheet.
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