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Glasgow City ended the Scottish Building Society SWPL 1 season with an undefeated record as they scored three times without reply past Aberdeen on the final day of the league campaign.
Scott Booth's side, who were officially crowned Champions last weekend for the eleventh successive season, opened the scoring early when Noelle Murray twist and turned in the Dons box before firing into the back of the net. Captain Leanne Ross netted from the spot, after earlier hitting the bar with a penalty, to make it 2-0 before Keeva Keenan headed home a Joanne Paton cross to give City the 3-0 win and keep their impressive record of not having lost a League goal since May still intact, a total of fourteen games.
Hibernian completed their season on a winning note, also recording a 3-0 victory against local rivals Spartans. Rachael Small gave Hibs the lead on the stroke of half time and the Scottish international netted a second after the break from 30 yards, before providing an assist for the third when her pass set up Lia Tweedie to score.
Third placed Celtic were also victorious, beating Stirling University 2-0 but Spartans' defeat means that the home side end up in the top half of the table - their highest ever finish. Natalie Ross netted a goal in each half as Celtic have once again secured themselves a top three place.
It was the end of an era at Hamilton Academical as goalkeeper Elaine Fleming played her last game for the club after more than 20 years' service. The Accies, whose top flight status was secured the week before, ensured that she went into retirement on a winning note as they defeated Rangers 2-1. Claire Gemmell gave Rangers a first half lead but after the break. Lori Gardner levelled the scores before Mhairi Lyle grabbed the winning goal for Hamilton late on.
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