Kilmarnock U-23s have now won all their first ten Scottish League games this season, while Airdrie and East Fife have reached double-figures unbeaten.
SWFL 1 NORTH – East Fife extend unbeaten start
East Fife and Dundee United continued their unbeaten starts, with the former 5-1 winners over Stirling University DS and the latter coming through 4-2 at Westdyke, where Laurie Denney netted three times for the second-placed side.
Inverness City stayed third with Lisa Mckenzie getting the only goal at home to Cove Rangers, Dunfermline Athletic scored five without reply at Dee Ladies, two by Lauren Wheatley and three from Morgan Steedman.
Aberdeen U-23s defeated Deveronvale 4-1 on their own ground and Raith Rovers edged Buchan 3-2 on the road with a brace from Katie Moodie.
SWFL 1 SOUTH – Hibs U-23s marginal leaders after goal-glut
Hibernian U-23s went top by two goals following an 11-1 thrashing of Queens Park, Kirsty Morrison leading the way with a four-goal haul. Celtic Academy slipped to second despite hitting hosts Cumbernauld Colts for six, having only broke the deadlock through an own-goal on half time.
Thistle Weir dramatically took the points 3-2 against Boroughmuir Thistle, Suzie McTaggart completing her treble in the dying seconds, Rangers ran out 7-3 winners at Renfrew.
Blackburn United beat basement side Morton 4-1 with all their goals in the first half and two of those for Vicky Wood, while Westerlands were awarded the game with Falkirk.
SWFL 2 – Ten on the trot for Killie U-23s
Montrose went top of SWFL 2 North on goal-difference after clobbering Caithness 17-1, Lisa Anderson top-scoring with six. Stonehaven’s 6-0 win at Ross County, achieved with the aid of a Rhona Gordon hat-trick, was not good enough to hold pole position. There were five goals for Forfar Farmington DS at Turriff United including a double for Ashleigh Smith, Moray edged hosts Buchan Youth by the odd goal in five.
2 West’s Kilmarnock U-23s completed a tenth win on the trot with a 4-1 score over St Mirren, keeping them three points clear. Ayr United sent Kilwinning to an 8-1 defeat, three goals coming from Claire Docherty. Pollok United gained maximum points, 5-1 against Gleniffer Thistle with two from Sarah Mcintyre, Dumbarton United just got the better of Rutherglen, grabbing a stoppage-time winner in a seven-goal thriller. Queen of the South quashed Stranraer 12-2, while United Glasgow’s match with Bishopton was postponed owing to a tragedy in the visitors’ camp.
2 Central leaders Airdrie are unbeaten in ten following a 3-0 result over Central Girls Academy, in which Claudia Stewart struck twice. Glasgow City DS remain a point behind after a 4-0 win against their Motherwell counterparts in which Jordan McLintock hit a hat-trick. Cumbernauld Colts Yellows leapfrogged Broxburn Athletic into tenth on goal-difference by beating them 3-2 after trailing 2-1 at the break. Hawick United had a good 2-1 victory against Murieston United. Glasgow Girls DS had a walkover in the fixture with West Park United, as did Stenhousemuir against East Kilbride.
Spartans DS netted nine past Hearts DS, with two apiece for Mischa Rennie, Jade Stenhouse and Shannon Todd, as they held the 2 East leadership by to points from Kelty Hearts, who sank GOC Academy 7-3. Third-placed Edinburgh Caledonia won 6-2 away to fourth in the table Dryburgh Athletic. Dundee City ran away with the match at Lothian, finishing 11-0 winners with six goals for Amanda Primrose. Jeanfield Swifts DS got off the mark at the ninth attempt with a 5-3 victory at East Fife Violets.