Rangers and Celtic reach Women’s Scottish Cup Final

Celtic defeat Glasgow City
Celtic’s Natasha Flint netted against Glasgow City for the second week running. (Photo: Colin Poultney/SWPL)

Rangers beat Motherwell and Celtic edged Glasgow City to make the Women’s Scottish Cup Final on Sunday 28 May.

Rangers defeated Motherwell in Saturday’s tie at Hampden Park, Hannah Davison opened the scoring with an emphatic header, a late goal sealing victory when Chelsea Cornet headed in Tess Middag’s corner.

Back at Hampden on Sunday and one goal settled it, as Celtic’s Natasha Flint collected a through ball to slot home. Pamela Tajonar turned Lauren Davidson’s free-kick round the post in injury time to prevent a Glasgow City equaliser.

Meanwhile in the Scottish Women’s Premier League, Hibernian drew 1-1 with Hearts and Spartans defeated Hamilton Academical 4-2.

Eilidh Adams put Hibs 1-0 up in the Edinburgh derby at Easter Road but Ciara Grant levelled from the spot for Hearts.

Hamilton twice equalised at Spartans but Alana Marshall’s double, including a free kick, helped seal a home win that put her side back within two points of seventh-placed Motherwell. The Accies remain five points behind
Dundee United in the fight to avoid the relegation play-off place, the two teams meeting next Sunday at New Douglas Park.

Gartcairn went down 3-2 at home to Queen's Park
Queen’s Park won at Gartcairn. (Photo: iancairnsmedia.co.uk)

Montrose moved 13 points clear in SWPL 2 with 15 points available after their 5-0 result at Stirling University, where Louise Brown bagged a brace.

Second-placed Gartcairn went down 3-2 at home to Queen’s Park, the Spiders levelling two times before Eleanor Smith hit the decider from 30 yards.

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