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The Scottish Women's Premier League Cup got underway on Sunday and holders Hibernian opened up their group matches with a 4-0 victory over Kilmarnock.
Alexa Coyle and Amy Gallacher put Hibs two ahead going into the break and they rounded off the win with further goals from Colette Cavanagh and Gallacher.
Hibs sit in second place in their group behind Dundee Utd who scored ten times without reply past Forfar Farmington. Danni McGinley and Tammy-Lee Harkin each bagged a hat-trick for United, along with a goal apiece from Chloe Clemison, Robyn Smith, Rebecca McMillan and Alex Robson.
Rangers lead Group A following their 8-0 success against Queen's Park. Jane Ross marked her debut for the club by hitting a hat-trick whilst Sam Kerr netted twice. Rachel McLauchlan, Lizzie Arnot and Brogan Hay completed the win with the other goals.
Aberdeen meanwhile got off to a winning start, beating Boroughmuir Thistle 2-1. Eva Thomson put the Dons ahead on the stroke of half time and Francesca Ogilvie netted the second, with Brogan Anderson replying.
Joanne Love and Jenna Clark netted a hat-trick apiece for Glasgow City in their 9-0 win against Glasgow Women. Lauren Davidson weighed in with a double for City, with Priscilla Chinchilla rounding off the scoring.
City therefore sit in top spot in Group C, ahead of Spartans and Hamilton Academical who battled out a 2-2 draw. Becky Galbraith scored twice as Spartans went two ahead inside the opening 27 minutes but after the break, the Accies battled back for a share of the spoils thanks to goals from Megan Quigley and Josephine Giard.
Celtic opened up with a victory, coming from behind to win 3-1 away to Partick Thistle in Group D. Teigan McCann gave Thistle a great start by giving them a seventh minute lead, before Celtic debutant Charlie Wellings scored either side of half time to turn the match around in their favour and Kathleen McGovern sealed the win late on.
Hearts meanwhile notched up a narrow 1-0 victory against St Johnstone. Lia Tweedie netted the only goal of the game for Hearts with eight minutes on the clock.
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