Park’s SWPL: Rangers Women hit Hibs with five second-half goals

Rangers' two-goal birthday girl, Megan Bell
Megan Bell bagged a birthday brace for Rangers. (Alex Todd/Sports Press Photo)

Hibernian held out until the second half at Park’s Motor Group Scottish Women’s Premier League leaders Rangers.


Motherwell 0-1 Hamilton Academical
Aberdeen 0-1 Hearts
Partick Thistle 0-2 Celtic
Rangers 5-0 Hibernian
Spartans 0-4 Glasgow City

Rangers stayed top by five points with as many goals against Hibs, despite not first-half breakthrough. Kirsty Howat and Megan Bell both found the net twice in the second half, Chantelle Swaby also on target.

Glasgow City scored four without reply at Spartans, Ode Fulutudilu opening the scoring with a great solo effort. Lauren Davidson added a double and the hosts conceded an own-goal as Hayley Lauder’s corner was headed into her own net by Robyn McCafferty.

Celtic came away from Partick 2-0 victors, where Charlie Wellings struck twice. Her first was on the rebound from a Tyler Toland effort, her second came when set up by Shen Mengyu.

A second-half Chloe Muir header gave basement side Hamilton the points at Motherwell in Saturday’s fixture.

Hearts also won by the only goal at Aberdeen, Aimee Anderson firing through the keeper’s legs after a reverse pass from Maria McAneny.


St Johnstone 2-0 Stirling University
Queen’s Park A/W Glasgow Women
Kilmarnock 1-5 Boroughmuir Thistle

Boroughmuir remained in the second promotion position with a 5-1 win at Kilmarmock, Samantha Duncan contributing twice after Killie had equalised.

Glasgow Women were awarded three points for the cancelled fixture at Queen’s Park.

St Johnstone beat Stirling University 2-0 to go fourth, Morgan Steedman with both goals.

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Rangers have announced that their SWPL 1 fixture against Aberdeen on Sunday 24 April will be played at Ibrox Stadium, kick off 4:10pm.

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