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Rangers come from behind to beat Hibs

Rangers stay at the top of the table but needed to come from behind in their 2-1 victory over Hibernian. Michaela McAlonie swept Hibs in front midway through the first half but after the break, Lizzie Arnot equalised from the penalty spot against her former club and Jane Ross planted home the winning goal.

Glasgow City meanwhile won 4-0 away to Spartans and stay two points off the pace. Hayley Lauder gave City a twelfth minute lead which was doubled on the half hour via a Lauren Davidson penalty. Kerry Beattie made it three after the break and Priscilla Chinchilla completed the scoring six minutes from time.  

Celtic scored seven times without reply past Partick Thistle to keep their hopes alive in third place. Olivia Chance fired them in front, before doubles from Maria Gros and Chloe Craig ensured they led by five at the interval. Charlie Wellings added another after the break and Isibeal Atkinson netted the final goal late on.

Motherwell climbed back into the top half, thanks to a 2-1 win away to Hamilton Academical. Paige McAllister gave Motherwell a first half lead which was doubled after the break by Carla Boyce and although Josephine Giard pulled one back for the Accies late on, Motherwell held on for their fourth win of the season.

Aberdeen also picked up three valuable points as they triumphed 4-0 at Hearts. The Dons led at the break with a goal from Francesca Ogilvie and in the second half, Bayley Hutchison netted twice and Eilidh Shore also got on the scoresheet.

Two matches were played in midweek, Kirsty Morrison scoring the only goal of the game as Hibernian defeated Motherwell 1-0. Meanwhile, Hearts picked up an important point when sharing a 1-1 draw with Spartans. Simone McMahon gave Spartans a first half lead but they had to settled for a seventh draw this season after Beth McKay equalised with ten minutes remaining.

Dundee Utd have gone even further clear at the top of SWPL2, stretching their advantage to twelve points with a 4-1 victory over Boroughmuir Thistle. Robyn Smith struck twice to give United a two-goal lead going in to half time and after Beth MacLeod had pulled one back for Boroughmuir midway through the second half, goals in quick succession from Tammy-Lee Harkin and Danni McGinley wrapped up the points for the leaders.

Second placed Glasgow Women did not have a game but kept hold of their six point lead from Boroughmuir, whilst St Johnstone have gone level on points with Kilmarnock after winning their meeting 4-1. Laura Wight opened the scoring for St Johnstone, with Eva Gray equalising on the stroke of half time, but Leia Glading put them back in front just after the hour and Brodie Clark and Fern Newbigging made the game safe with further goals.

It was a good day for Queen’s Park as they picked up their first league victory of the season, a 2-0 success away to Stirling University. Abbi McDonald gave the Spiders the lead from the penalty spot with seven minutes on the clock and they sealed the points late on, Nina Fitzsimmons scoring to help take her side off the bottom of the table, at the expense of their opponents.