After the first games of the 2018 Scottish Women’s Football League season, Dundee United lead Division 1 North and Rangers Development are top of the table in the South.
Sunday 18th February
SWFL Division 1 North
Cove Rangers 4-1 Dee Ladies
Dundee United 10-1 Raith Rovers
Westdyke 1-7 Aberdeen DS
Deveronvale 4-10 Dunfermline Athletic
East Fife 2-1 Inverness City
SWFL Division 1 South
Falkirk 0-6 Celtic Academy
Morton 1-4 Thistle Weir
Westerlands 3-1 Queens Park
Renfrew 3-4 Blackburn United
Hibernian DS 4-0 Boroughmuir Thistle
Cumbernauld Colts 1-7 Rangers DS
SWFL Division 2 North
Caithness 0-19 Montrose
Moray 7-1 Buchan Youth
Forfar Farmington DS 11-2 Turriff United
Stonehaven 7-3 Ross County
SWFL Division 2 West
Bishopton 6-1 Gleniffer Thistle
Queen of the South 1-6 Kilmarnock U-23s
St Mirren 0-6 Ayr United
Dumbarton United 4-1 Kilwinning
Pollok United 6-0 Stranraer
United Glasgow 5-1 Rutherglen
SWFL Division 2 Central
Hamilton Academical U-23s 4-2 Cumbernauld Colts
Murieston United 3-3 Central Girls DS
Broxburn Athletic 1-7 Airdrie
Glasgow City DS 4-0 Stenhousemuir
Motherwell DS 1-2 Glasgow Girls DS
East Kilbride 3-2 Hawick United
SWFL Division 2 East
Lothian 0-8 Dryburgh Athletic
Kelty Hearts 9-0 Jeanfield Swifts DS
Hearts DS 1-1 Hutchison Vale DS
Spartans DS 9-1 GOC ‘s Football Academy
Bonnyrigg Rose 0-9 Dundee City
Edinburgh Caledonia 6-0 East Fife Violets
Double-figure Dundee & Dunfermline
While Dundee United got off to a flying start with a 10-1 thrashing of Raith Rovers, Dunfermline Athletic also got double figures in a 10-4 goal-fest win at Deveronvale. Laurie Denney scored five for Dundee, Lauren Wheatley four and Morgan Steedman three (including a penalty) for Dunfermline.
Aberdeen DS ran out 7-1 winners at Westdyke, Cove Rangers saw off Dee Ladies 4-1, while East Fife edged Inverness City 2-1 in the other Division 1 North game.
Old Firm rivals sit first and second
Rangers DS defeated Cumbernauld Colts 7-1 in Division 1 South to lead Celtic Academy on goals scored, who hit hosts Falkirk for six.
Hibernian DS put four past Boroughmuir Thistle and Thistle Weir were 4-1 winners at Morton.
Blackburn United beat Renfrew in a seven-goal thriller with braces for Shannon Mulligan and Teri Deegan, while Westerlands sent Queens Park to a 3-1 defeat.
Montrose go goal crazy
In SWFL Division 2 North, Montrose are the first leaders with a massive 19-0 scoreline at Caithness, Charlotte Gammie scoring five of the goals.
Pollok United and Ayr United are join top in the West after 6-0 wins, with Bishopton and Kilmarnock U-23s also netting six.
Airdrie’s 7-1 win at Broxburn Athletic has them in the Central pole position, Glasgow City DS second with a 4-0 defeat of Stenhousemuir.
There were plenty of goals in the East, including 9-0 victories for Dundee City and Kelty Hearts, 9-1 result for Spartans DS, eight goals for Dryburgh Athletic and six from Edinburgh Caledonia.