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Glasgow City showed no reaction to their midweek Champions League match by winning 8-1 against Stirling University, to keep themselves eleven points clear at the top of SWPL 1.
Kirsty Howat netted twice inside the opening twenty minutes and after Carly Girasoli made it three, Howat completed her hat-trick ahead of half time. Rachel McLauchlan joined on the scoresheet by bagging a second half brace with Girasoli also scoring her second, whilst Howat netted a fourth before Claire Petersen grabbed a late consolation for Stirling.
Hibernian are continuing the chase in second place with a 2-0 success away to Motherwell. Colette Cavanagh netted a goal in each half to maintain the eleven point gap between Hibs and leaders Glasgow City.
Rangers kept up their improving form by beating Forfar Farmington 2-1. Rosie McQuillan put Rangers ahead with five minutes on the clock, a lead they held until fifteen minutes from time when Maria McSherry equalised. Rangers were not to be denied though and six minutes later, Emma Brownlie restored their advantage and they held out for a win which consolidates them in fourth place.
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