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The first clash of the season between the top two in the Scottish Women's Premier League took centre stage on Friday night and it was Glasgow City who took the points with a 1-0 win against Hibernian.
Hibs had the better of the first half with Rachael Small going closest when she hit the bar but after the break, City came into the game more and after both sides had exchanged chances, Leanne Crichton headed in from a corner with eighteen minutes remaining for the only goal and a result which takes City top of the table.
Celtic are up into second after running out 4-1 winners over Rangers in the Old Firm derby. Josi Giard and Kelly Clark put Celtic two ahead inside the opening fifteen minutes and Natalie Ross soon added a third via a 35-yard lob. A nightmare first half for Rangers was rounded off as Clare Gemmell's penalty was saved by Megan Cunningham and things got worse as Kathleen McGovern headed in number four, ten minutes into the second half. Chantelle Brown did score a late consolation for Rangers but it could not prevent Celtic from recording a result which takes them above Hibernian on goal difference.
Spartans defeated Motherwell for the second week in succession and this has taken them into the top half of the table. Elena Santoyo-Brown and Zoe Johnstone gave Spartans a two-goal lead at the break and after Claire Adams had pulled one back for the visitors, Becky Galbraith sealed the points for Spartans with their third.
Stirling University got themselves off the mark when sharing a 1-1 draw with Forfar Farmington. Stirling did take the lead through Demi Falconer shortly before half time, with Forfar hitting back after the break and Hannah Stewart earned them a share of the spoils, midway through the second half.
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