Hearts Women hold Glasgow City to a goalless draw

Hearts held Glasgow City
Glasgow City’s Linda Motlhalo and (right) Hearts’ Ciara Grant. (Photo: Malcolm Mackenzie/SWPL)

Glasgow City had to settle for a draw at Hearts in the ScottishPower Women’s Premier League, as both Rangers and Celtic moved further clear of them.


Montrose 0-8 Hibernian
Partick Thistle 3-0 Hamilton Academical
Hearts 0-0 Glasgow City
Dundee United 0-2 Celtic
Motherwell 2-5 Aberdeen
Rangers 3-1 Spartans

Rangers saw off Spartans to stay a point ahead of Celtic, who got both goals of the game at Dundee United. Glasgow City are eight points off the top with just one game in hand, after their draw at fourth-placed Hearts. Hibernian moved level on points with Hearts after scoring eight time at Montrose, where Abbie Ferguson hit four. Partick Thistle defeated Hamilton and Aberdeen also won by a three-goal margin at Motherwell, with four goals from Bayley Hutchison.

Partick Thistle 3-0 Hamilton Academical
Partick Thistle player nutmegged by Hamilton Academical opponent. (Photo: Colin Poultney/SWPL)


Boroughmuir Thistle 2-1 Kilmarnock
Gartcairn 0-1 Stirling University
Livingston 3-1 Glasgow Women
St Johnstone 2-3 Queen’s Park

Queen’s Park won by the odd goal in five to go as many points clear at the top, Livingston’s victory moved them within three points of second-placed Kilmarnock, beaten at Boroughmuir Thistle who rise to fourth. Stirling University climbed to fifth with the only goal at Gartcairn.

St Johnstone 2-3 Queen's Park
Megan Quigley scores a last-gasp winner for Queen’s Park at St Johnstone. (Photo: iancairnsmedia.co.uk)

Coming up next are the Sky Sports Cup Quarter-Finals …

Friday 10 November (6.45pm)
Celtic v Glasgow City (Excelsior Stadium) – Live on BBC Alba

Sunday 12 November (2pm)
Hibernian v Dundee United (Meadowbank Stadium)
Partick Thistle v Montrose (Petershill Park)
Rangers v Boroughmuir Thistle (Broadwood Stadium)

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