Big wins for Celtic and Rangers in ScottishPower Women’s Premier League

SWPL: Celtic v Montrose
Celtic tackle Montrose during their 9-0 victory. (Photo: Colin Poultney/SWPL)

Celtic scored nine goals and Rangers ten as all the top six in the ScottishPower Women’s Premier League won.


Celtic 9-0 Montrose
Spartans 1-5 Glasgow City
Hamilton Academical 0-4 Hibernian
Motherwell 0-3 Hearts
Rangers 10-0 Dundee United
Partick Thistle 2-0 Aberdeen

All the top six banked three more points, Rangers still holding a three-point lead over Celtic following a 10-0 win in which Jane Ross enjoyed a five-goal haul. Celtic put nine past Montrose, Amy Gallacher and Tiree Burchill with a brace each. Lauren Davidson also struck twice as Glasgow City scored five away to Spartans. Two goals also for Jorian Baucom as Hibs put four past Hamilton, Hearts were 3-0 victors at Motherwell and Partick Thistle saw off Aberdeen with Linzi Taylor and Rose Slater their scorers.

SWPL: Spartans v GlasgowCity
Glasgow City tussle for possession with Spartans. (Photo: Malcolm Mackenzie/SWPL)


Kilmarnock 3-1 St Johnstone
Stirling University 1-3 Livingston
Glasgow Women 1-3 Gartcairn
Queens Park 1-1 Boroughmuir Thistle

Although leaders Queen’s Park were held at home by Boroughmuir Thistle’s late leveller and second-placed Kilmarnock won, the Spiders still have a double-figure advantage. Livingston are up to third, after victory at Stirling University.


Sky Sports Cup Semi-Finals

Friday 19 January – Celtic v Rangers (Excelsior Stadium, 7.35pm) – Live on BBC Alba
Sun 21 January – Partick Thistle v Hibernian (Petershill Park, 4.10pm) – Live on BBC Alba

SWPL 2 – Sun 21 January (2pm)

Boroughmuir Thistle v Glasgow Women (Meadowbank 3G)
Livingston v Kilmarnock (Tony Macaroni Arena)
St Johnstone v Stirling University (Riverside Stadium)
Gartcairn v Queens Park (MTC Park, Airdrie Leisure Centre)

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