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Glasgow Women win promotion

Newly crowned Park’s Motor Group SWPL1 Champions Rangers rounded off the season by winning 3-1 away to Celtic in the Old Firm derby match.

Rangers stormed into a three-goal lead inside the opening half hour, Jane Ross opening the scoring and after Demi Vance had made it two, Ross netted her second. Caitlin Hayes scored what turned out to be a consolation goal for Celtic, nine minutes into the second half.

The final table shows that Rangers finish with a seven point advantage over runners-up Glasgow City, whose campaign concluded with a goalless draw against fourth placed Hibernian.

Aberdeen’s first season back in the top flight has produced a top half finish, despite being beaten 3-2 by Motherwell, who notched up a third win in four matches. Gill Inglis gave Motherwell a first half lead which was cancelled out just before half time by Francesca Ogilvie. With eleven minutes remaining, Ogilvie netted a second to put Aberdeen ahead for the first time but ‘Well hit back strongly, Jemma Hughes levelling the scores again and Kaela McDonald-Nguah grabbed an injury time winner.  

Spartans recorded their sixth victory of the season, 2-1 away to Hamilton Academical. All of the goals came in the first half, Katherine Smart and Alana Marshall netting in quick succession to put Spartans two ahead inside the opening quarter, with an own goal by Smart reducing the arrears before the interval.

Hearts made sure of finishing above Partick Thistle after winning their meeting 3-0. Holly Aitchison put them ahead with just two minutes on the clock and Hearts went on to crown the win with further goals after the break from Aimee Anderson and Maria McAneny.

The main focus in SWPL 2 was on the clash between Glasgow Women and Boroughmuir Thistle, with the prize of a place in the top flight on offer for the winners. Glasgow were in the position of requiring a draw and after a goalless first half, it was Glasgow who went ahead through a Kaitlyn Canavan penalty, seven minute after the restart. Lucy Ronald made it two just after the hour and despite Maria Torrente giving Boroughmuir hope by pulling a goal back, Mhairi Lyle sealed a 3-1 win and promotion for Glasgow with fourteen minutes remaining.

Dundee Utd have had a magnificent season and finish top of the table by a massive 20-point margin after their 5-1 victory away to Queen’s Park. Danni McGinley netted twice and Tammy-Lee Harkin the other as United raced into a three-goal lead during the first half, with Georgie Robb and Harkin adding further goals after the break, before Eva Payne netted a late consolation for the Spiders.  

Kilmarnock ran out 4-0 winners over Stirling University, a result which means they will finish in fourth place. Monica Harty, Aimie Docherty and Laura McLaughlin gave Killie a three-goal lead during the first half, with Abby Robinson adding the fourth after the break.