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Motherwell are the only team left on maximum points in SWPL 2 following the opening two matches, taking over the leadership of the table with an eight-goal victory over Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale.
Former Scotland striker Suzanne Mulvey was the destroyer in chief as she netted four first half goals, with Samantha Hare and Kerry Montgomery also getting on the scoresheet. Mulvey went on to add two more after the break and complete a double hat-trick on the day.
Hearts are in second place in the fledgling table after they defeated Glasgow Girls 2-0. Danielle Pagliarulo gave them the lead from the penalty spot and Sharon Lee wrapped up the win with the second for Hearts, who are one of only two remaining unbeaten teams in the division.
Aberdeen had recorded the biggest victory of the opening day but they went down to their first defeat, beaten 2-0 by St Johnstone. Hannah Clark gave St Johnstone a first half lead, with Ellie-May Cowie securing the points after the break.
The two newly promoted teams came face to face and it was visitors FC Kilmarnock who triumphed 2-1 over Central Girls Academy. Laura Neil headed Kilmarnock into a first half lead from a Chloe Ponton free kick and after Abby Callaghan had levelled the scores early in the second half, Ponton then turned goalscorer as she drilled home another free kick late on to hand her side their first victory.
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