#ParksSWPL: Glasgow City go top of the table

Ode Fulutudilu scored Glasgow City's second against Heartsow City FC
Ode Fulutudilu sealed Glasgow City’s win with their second goal. (Photo: Colin Poultney/PSI)

Glasgow City went top of the Park’s Motor Group Scottish Women’s Premier League after Rangers’ game was postponed.

SWPL 1

Aberdeen P-P Rangers
Celtic 3-0 Hamilton Academical
Glasgow City 2-0 Hearts
Motherwell 3-0 Spartans

Glasgow City took over at the top of the league following a 2-0 victory against Hearts. Clare Shine and Ode Fulutudilu scored in a ten-minute second-half spell, putting City a point ahead of Rangers but from a game more.

Celtic beat basement side Hamilton 3-0, Charlie Wellings firing home in the first-half, Chloe Craig adding a swift brace in the latter stages.

Ten-player Motherwell moved four points clear of Spartans in mid-table with three unanswered goals against the Edinburgh side. London Pollard scored twice before the interval and although Kaela McDonald-Nguah was sent off, Jo Addie later added a third goal.

SWPL 2

Dundee United 2-2 Glasgow Women
Stirling University 2-3 Boroughmuir Thistle

Glasgow Women held SWPL 2 leaders Dundee United
Glasgow Women held SWPL 2 leaders Dundee United. (APP Photography)

Dundee United dropped points for only the second time, when held 2-2 at home by second-placed Glasgow Women. United’s Danni McGinley converted a penalty before Cara Henderson and Kaitlyn Canavan turned the game in Glasgow’s favour. Rachel Todd equalised to ensure Dundee remained nine points clear at the top.

Boroughmuir Thistle are up to third after a narrow 3-2 result away at Stirling University. Thistle were twice pegged back but Shannon Todd netted a 63rd-minute winner.

Scottish Women’s Cup 3rd Round

St Johnstone 1-6 Hibernian
Livingston 1-1 Montrose (3-5 on pens)

Hibernian hit St Johnstone for six in booking a Fourth Round home tie with Championship South side Gartcairn. Alexa Coyle later bagged a brace for Hibs, after Michaela McAlonie’s opener had been cancelled out by Saints’ Morgan Steedman.

Championship North side Montrose went through after a shoot-out at Livingston, their reward being a home game with SWPL 2 team Kilmarnock on 13 February.

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