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Hibernian are the early pacesetters in SWPL 1 and are the only team to have won both of their opening matches after scoring six times without reply past Aberdeen.
Lizzie Arnot had a great day in front of goal as she bagged a hat-trick and also on target for Hibs were Rachael Small, Katey Turner and Amy Gallacher.
Celtic and Glasgow City meanwhile played out a 1-1 draw which leaves both teams on four points, having won their respective opening games. Celtic took a first half lead through Natalie Ross, with City hitting back after the break and earning themselves a share of the spoils when Leanne Ross' corner was headed in her own net by the unfortunate Kerry Montgomery.
Spartans sport the division's other unbeaten record after they won 1-0 away to Hamilton Academical. The only goal of the game came with twelve minutes remaining when Simone McMahon found the net following a corner.
Stirling University bounced back from an opening day defeat to win 5-3 against Rangers and register their first points of the season. Nicole Pullar was on target twice for Stirling along with Jade Gallon, Katy Morris and Rebecca Galbraith, while Rangers replied with a Hannah Robertson double and Claire Adams.
Three teams are level on points at the top of the fledgling SWPL 2 table, headed by Forfar Farmington who won 2-1 away to Jeanfield Swifts. After a goalless first half, Laura Parsley gave Forfar the lead and after Danni McGinley had levelled matters for the home side, Forfar scored the winner with four minutes remaining through Cheryl Kilcoyne.
Hearts are in second place after winning 1-0 at East Fife. The only goal of the game came from Stacey Hutchison during the first half.
Glasgow Girls are the other team on six points as they also won against newly promoted opponents. Lauren Coleman and Kirsty McDonald scored the goals as Glasgow won 2-1 against Motherwell.
Buchan Ladies came from a goal down to beat Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale 2-1 and record their first points of the new season. EUHV took the lead with a goal from Fiona Boslem before Buchan hit back to snatch victory with late strikes from Sophie Anderson and Jo Murphy.
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