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Whilst Glasgow City were claiming their tenth successive Scottish Women's Premier League title with a victory against runners-up Hibernian, Celtic complete the top three after winning 1-0 against Spartans.
The game looked to be heading towards a goalless draw until four minutes from time, when Suzanne Mulvey grabbed the only goal to seal victory for her side and put an end to Spartans' hopes of finishing in the top half.
Rangers are in the driving seat to finish up in fourth following their 3-0 victory over Forfar Farmington. Rangers took an early lead through Chantelle Brown and Brooke Hendrix ensured they were two goals ahead at half time. Vicki Bruce rounded off the scoring and sealed the points with the final goal, midway through the second half.
Only one team can prevent Rangers from taking a top half place, Stirling University after they defeated Aberdeen 2-1. Sammy Hare put Stirling ahead on the stroke of half time but an own goal brought the scores level with twenty minutes remaining. However as the game went into injury time, Rebecca Galbraith snatched a winning goal to put her side in line for their highest ever finish.
The SWPL 2 title race is now firmly in the hands of Hamilton Academical following their 6-0 success away to Hutchison Vale. Mhairi Lyle, Gillian Inglis, Amy Allan, Lori Gardner, Joanne Paton and Amy Anderson all scored a goal apiece to leave the Accies requiring a win in their final match to be confirmed as title winners.
Hearts and Glasgow Girls are both two points behind Hamilton after their crucial meeting ended in a 1-1 draw. Megan Logan gave Glasgow the lead from the penalty spot during the first half, with Ashley Carse equalising after the break, meaning that both teams will need to win their final game whilst hoping for a favour from Buchan Ladies, who will be up against the Accies.
Jeanfield Swifts were once again amongst the goals, running out 7-2 winners away to Inverness City. Danni McGinley had a great day in front of goal, scoring five times in total, and also on target for Jeanfield were Eilidh McIntyre and Emma MacLean.
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