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Rangers on brink of SWPL title

Rangers have taken themselves to the brink of the title following their 2-1 victory away to Motherwell on Sunday.

Whilst most of the attention was focused on the Biffa Scottish Women’s Cup semi finals, Kirsten Reilly gave Rangers a fifth minute lead and Lizzie Arnot made it two on the stroke of half time. Katie Rice pulled one back for Motherwell early in the second half but Rangers came through the rest of the match unscathed and took their lead at the top of the Park’s Motor Group SWPL 1 table to eight points. This means that Rangers will be crowned as Champions if they avoid defeat against second placed Glasgow City this Sunday.

Hamilton Academical meanwhile came close to a surprise win, when they drew 2-2 with fourth placed Hibernian. Amy Gallacher did give Hibs a seventh minute lead but the Accies fought back strongly, Lauren Evans levelling the scores just after the half hour mark and Josephine Giard putting them in front with seventeen minutes remaining. It looked as though Hamilton were on their way to a third victory of the season but as the game went into injury time, Michaela McAlonie salvaged a point for Hibs with a late equaliser.

On Tuesday night, Aberdeen strengthened their chances of a top half finish when they won 4-2 against Partick Thistle at the Balmoral Stadium. Chloe Gover gave Aberdeen a nineteenth minute lead which was doubled by Bayley Hutchison and Gover netted her second a few minutes later. Thistle rallied and brought themselves back into the game, reducing the arrears to one by half time as Rachel Donaldson and Linzi Taylor pulled goals back. Partick’s task was made harder when they were reduced to ten players after the interval, due to Taylor Hamill being red carded, and Aberdeen went on to score a decisive fourth goal through Bailey Collins.

In SWPL 2, Glasgow Women stepped up their promotion challenge with a 3-1 win against Queen’s Park. Sophie McGoldrick’s first half goal for Glasgow was cancelled out before the break by an Abbi McDonald penalty, but two second half strikes from Louise Boyes sealed a result which moves Glasgow to within a single point of second placed Boroughmuir Thistle.

Wednesday night was a memorable one for Dundee Utd as they were presented with the SWPL 2 trophy following their 3-2 win over St Johnstone at Tannadice Park. Chloe Clemison, Danni McGinley and Robyn Smith all scored for United, with Nicole Carter and Ellie Cowie replying.

Queen’s Park meanwhile put an eight point gap between themselves and Stirling University by winning their meeting 2-1. After Iris Ramage had put Stirling in front, the Spiders hit back to take the points thanks to Lauren Rayand Abby Callaghan.