#ParksSWPL: Dundee United Women win promotion ‘six-pointer’

Dundee United win top of the table clash
Photo: iancairnsmedia.co.uk

Dundee United win top of the table clash in the Park’s Motor Group Scottish Women’s Premier League 2.

SWPL 2

Dundee United 2-0 Glasgow Women
Queen’s Park 0-2 St Johnstone
Stirling University A-A Boroughmuir Thistle

Dundee United defeated Glasgow Women to open up a six-point gap over their title rivals, while still holding a game in hand. Danni McGinley scored early on and then provided the cross from which Megan Burns’ header forced an own-goal.

St Johnstone recorded a second win of the season, 2-0 away to basement side Queen’s Park. An Ellie Cowie cross led to an own-goal and Morgan Steedman found the net for the visitors.

Hong Kong international Toni Ho Wan Tung played her last game for Queen's Park.
Hong Kong international Toni Ho Wan Tung played her last game of a two-year spell at Queen’s Park. (Photo: iancairnsmedia.co.uk)

Boroughmuir Thistle and Stirling University were level at 1-1 at half-time, Elvie McLean scored her second of the game as the visitors led 4-1 but the match was abandoned in the 75th minute due to a serious injury to a Stirling player.

Meanwhile, the draw for the 3rd Round of the Scottish Women’s Cup will be made today from 12pm live at facebook.com/ScotWFootball

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