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Hearts are still in control of the SWPL 2 title race despite being held to a 1-1 draw by FC Kilmarnock.
Killie took the lead through Lisa Swanson during the first half but Hearts fought back after the break and earned themselves an important point when Rachel Walkingshaw equalised with twenty minutes remaining.
Hearts therefore stay three points ahead of Hamilton Academical who also drew, 2-2 against Dundee Utd. However, the Accies were left to rue losing a two-goal first half lead given to them by Nichola Sturrock and Kirstie McIntosh, United fighting back after the break to level the scores through Neve Guthrie and Tammy-Lee Harkin.
Partick Thistle remain third after they shared six goals with St Johnstone. Jade McDonald and Rebecca McGowan put the Saints two ahead inside the opening twelve minutes, before Thistle pulled one back through Stephanie Mallon and a Sophie Gallacher double then put them in front. Ellie Cowie replied a minute later to make sure the points were shared.
Glasgow Girls were the division's only winners on the day as they scored twelve times without reply past Hutchison Vale. Taylor Fisher, Kirstin McGuire and Lucy McEwan all hit hat-tricks and they were joined on the scoresheet by Clare Docherty, who netted twice, and Charmaine McGuire.
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