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Glasgow City's chances of going through the entire league season with a 100% record were dealt a firm blow when they were beaten 4-1 by Celtic.
The Hoops took a seventeenth minute lead through Natalie Ross, which was doubled ahead of half time by Sarah Ewens. Joanne Love did pull one back for City four minutes after the restart, but Josephine Giard restored the two-goal advantage and Ewens netted her second late on, to seal a result for Celtic which keeps them in the running for the runners-up spot.
Hibernian remain in the driving seat for second place after running out 7-2 winners over Stirling University, who sadly are condemned to relegation as a result. Stirling did take the lead through Claire Petersen but Hibs hit back strongly to lead at the break thanks to Chelsea Cornet, Colette Cavanagh and Lauren Davidson. In the second half, Davidson added a further treble to complete a four-goal haul and Jamie Lee Napier was also on target, with Caitlyn Jobanek netting a solitary reply.
Rangers are all but assured of a top half place following their 3-1 victory away to Motherwell. Katie Rice gave Motherwell a first half lead but Rangers hit back with Hannah Robertson and Brogan Hay putting them ahead at half time and Rosie McQuillan made the points safe during the second half.
Forfar Farmington will be in the top flight again next season and picked up another point when they battled out a goalless draw with Spartans.
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