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Holders Hibernian marched into the semi finals of the Premier League Cup after running out 6-0 winners away to Stirling University.
Joelle Murray gave Hibs the lead with eight minutes on the clock and an own goal doubled their advantage shortly afterwards. Jamie Lee Napier made it three and Siobhan Hunter added the fourth ahead of half time. Amy Gallacher further increased their lead on the hour mark, before debutant Ashley Fish rounded off the scoring.
Hibs' opponents in the last four will be Spartans, who had a great day out themselves as they scored five times without reply away to Motherwell. All of Spartans' goals came during the first half, with Beth McKay hitting a hat-trick and Zoe-Ann Johnstone adding the other two.
Glasgow City meanwhile continued their goal laden start to the season as they defeated Celtic 4-0. Hayley Lauder opened the scoring with a fine curling shot into the top corner and a Clare Shine double gave City a three-goal advantage at the break. Megan Foley made it four after the interval in what was an impressive win for Glasgow City in the end.
Rangers complete the semi final line up following their 4-1 victory over Forfar Farmington. Clare Gemmell gave them the lead from the penalty spot and Hannah Coakley netted the second just before half time. Nicole Pullar put her side well in control by making it three, early in the second half, and although Danni McGinley gave Forfar renewed hope by pulling a goal back, Carla Boyce sealed the win for Rangers with the final goal, five minutes from time.
There was league action in SWPL 2 on Sunday with Hamilton Academical and St Johnstone battling out a 1-1 draw. A win would have taken the Accies top of the table but it was St Johnstone who took the lead via a Rachel Todd penalty, however they were denied their first victory of the season by a late equaliser from MT Gardiner.
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