Kelty Hearts made it a League and Cup double at their first attempt, after winning the SWFL Division 2 East title ahead of Spartans Development.
A round-up of the Scottish League title-chasers from Sunday and midweek…
SWFL1 North – Dundee United one point from promotion
Dundee United only need a point at home to Cove Rangers on Sunday to take the SWFL 1 North title. They hit Westdyke for six last Sunday, while East Fife won their penultimate game 3-0 at Stirling University Development but a 2-0 midweek result at Buchan put them top.
SWFL1 South – Hibs hit back twice to hold Hoops
Hibernian U-23s held top spot in SWFL1 South, firstly with a 4-0 result at Queens Park, secondly by equalising twice to draw 2-2 with title rivals Celtic Academy on Tuesday. Shannon Nagle and Jodie Bell had the Hoops ahead, Cari Johnston and Ria McCafferty replied for the Hibees. The Edinburgh side will be champions of they avoid defeat at home to Rangers Development on Sunday.
? GOAL | @MccaffertyRia fires in Hibs’ second equaliser
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— Hibs Girls Academy (@HFCGirlsAcademy) October 16, 2018
SWFL2 – Kelty Hearts at the double
Kelty Hearts clinched the Division 2 East title with a 7-0 success at GOC Academy, while challengers Spartans Development drew 2-2 at Hearts Development.
Ayr United went top of 2 West with one game to go, winning 3-0 at Kilwinning while Kilmarnock U-23s were held 1-1 at mid-table St Mirren.
Glasgow City Development had a walkover at their Motherwell counterparts to move within a point of 2 Central top team Airdrie, with both now down to their final three matches.