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Glasgow City made it six wins out of six and have stretched their lead at the top of the SBS Scottish Women's Premier League to three points after their 3-1 success away to Spartans.
Leanne Ross and Zaneta Wyne ensured that City led by two goals going into half time and after Rebecca Galbraith gave Spartans hope by pulling one back two minutes into the second half, and own goal four minutes later sealed the points and maintained City's perfect start.
Rangers are now in second place after scoring nine times without reply past Motherwell. Kirsty Howat opened the scoring after fifteen minutes, before Lizzie Arnot went on to hit a first half hat-trick, with Megan Bell also getting on the scoresheet. Howat netted twice more after the break to complete her own treble, with Rangers' other goals coming from a Daina Bourma penalty and Bala Devi Ngangom.
Celtic meanwhile saw their run of four straight league wins brought to a halt as they were held to a 2-2 draw by Forfar Farmington. However this did not tell the full story as Forfar went into a two-goal lead during the second half, courtesy of London Pollard and Donna Paterson, but they were denied victory in a dramatic finish when Celtic scored twice in injury time, strikes from Chloe Craig and Natalie Ross salvaging a point.
Hearts picked up their first points in the top flight since winning promotion, and it was local rivals Hibernian who were on the receiving end of the 1-0 scoreline. Paige McAllister scored the only goal of the game deep into injury time, to put an end to Hearts' run of five straight defeats.
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