Park’s SWPL: Wins for Celtic, Glasgow City and Hibs Women

Celtic striker Charlie Wellings hit a first-half hat-trick
Charlie Wellings hit a 32-minute hat-trick for Celtic. (Image: Alex Todd/Sports Press Photo)

The penultimate match day of the Scottish Women’s Premier League season saw wins by Celtic, Glasgow City and Hibernian.

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

Aberdeen went in at half-time on level terms with the runners-up, Donna Paterson having cancelled out the opener from Vital Kats. But Grant bagged a second-half brace for Glasgow City, with Lauren Davidson netting in-between.

Celtic put five first-half goals past Hearts, with the prolific Charlie Wellings hitting a hat-trick and Livvy Chance on target twice.

Hibernian condemned Hamilton to last place with a 4-0 away win over the Accies. All the goals came after the break from Colette Cavanagh, Amy Gallacher (2) and Rosie Livingstone but Gabby English had to make a save for Hibs after only six seconds of the match.

Spartans can no longer achieve a top-half finish, following their goalless draw at Partick Thistle.

Final Day fixtures – Sunday 15 May (4.10pm)

SWPL 1

Celtic v Rangers (Petershill Park) – live on BBC Alba/BBC iPlayer/BBC Sport Website
Hamilton Academical v Spartans (Hamilton Palace Sports Ground)
Hearts v Partick Thistle (John Brydson Arena)
Hibernian v Glasgow City (Penicuik Athletic FC)
Motherwell v Aberdeen (Penny Cars Stadium)

SWPL 2 (2pm)

Glasgow Women v Boroughmuir Thistle (Glasgow Green Football Centre)
Queen’s Park v Dundee United (Lesser Hampden)
Stirling University v Kilmarnock (Stirling University Sports Ground)

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