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SWPL 1 leaders Glasgow City continued their winning ways with a 1-0 victory away to Spartans.
The only goal of the game came from a first half strike from the edge of the box from Haley Rosen as City banished any memories of their only defeat of the season to the Edinburgh side earlier in the campaign.
Hibernian remain five points behind in second place after they defeated Stirling University 5-0. The match was played at Easter Road in preparation for Hibs' forthcoming UEFA Women's Champions League against Bayern Munich and they led by two goals at half time thanks to Lucy Graham and Kirsty Smith. After the break, Rachel McLauchlan put Hibs into a strong position before Lisa Robertson and Sarah Ewens added further goals.
Celtic look to be set for a third place finish following their 3-1 Old Firm derby win against Rangers. It was Rangers who took the lead just before the interval through Katey Turner but in the second half, Kelly Clark levelled the scores and Celtic went on to take the points thanks to a brace of goals from Suzanne Mulvey.
Aberdeen took a huge stride towards survival when they won 1-0 against Forfar Farmington, who are now ten points adrift with only four games to play. Hannah Stewart scored the only goal of the game to almost make sure that the Dons will be playing top flight football next season.
Glasgow Girls maintained their lead of three points at the top of SWPL 2 after running out 4-1 winners over Buchan Ladies. Samantha McManus was on target twice along with Lisa Evans and Lauren Coleman, while Danica Ritchie netted Buchan's consolation.
Hamilton Academical stay second on goal difference following their 4-0 success away to Queen's Park. Lori Gardner, with a brace, Laura Gallen and MT McGuiness were the Accies' markswomen.
Hearts also made sure they remain well in the promotion race, thanks to a 1-0 victory at Jeanfield Swifts. The only goal of the game came via a Rachel Walkingshaw penalty, meaning that Hearts are still three points off the pace.
Hutchison Vale are looking likely to finish in fourth place after they scored five times without reply against Inverness City, who remain entrenched in the bottom two. The first half was goalless but after the break, Beth McLeod and Anna Hume each netted twice along with Michelle Russell to see Hutchie home.
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