Record crowd sees Hearts and Hibs Women draw derby

Georgia Hunter (Heart of Midlothian)
Georgia Hunter got Hearts late leveller against Hibernian. (Alex Todd/SPP)

There was a record crowd of 7,024 at Tynecastle for the Edinburgh derby where Hearts drew with Hibs in the Scottish Women’s Premier League.


Aberdeen 0-7 Glasgow City
Hearts 1-1 Hibernian
Motherwell 2-1 Hamilton Academical
Spartans 1-0 Dundee United

Glasgow City sank Aberdeen 7-0 to return to the top of the table, braces by Jenna Clark, Kinga Kozak, Lauren Davidson and a one from Priscila Chinchilla.

There was a record crowd of 7,024 at Tynecastle for the Edinburgh derby, where Hearts drew with Hibernian. Michaela McAlonie fired Hibs ahead, Georgia Hunter’s header on 89 minutes tied the game. With the fixture doubling as the Capital Cup, a penalty shoot-out saw Hearts take the trophy.

Motherwell came from behind to beat Hamilton, Josephine Giard’s goal cancelled out by Kaela McDonald-Nguah’s strike from distance, before Carla Boyce converted a late penalty.

Spartans edged Dundee United with the only goal coming 15 minutes from time, when Katherine Smart headed home from Alana Marshall’s corner.


Kilmarnock 0-0 Gartcairn
Montrose 5-1 East Fife
St.Johnstone 1-0 Queen’s Park
Stirling University 0-1 Boroughmuir Thistle

Montrose extend the gap at the top to five points with the defeat of East Fife, while Gartcairn were held at Kilmarnock. Montrose were down to ten after Aimee Culley’s first-half red card, but Lauren Gordon’s double helped them turn it around.

St.Johnstone defeated Queen’s Park with substitute Rebecca McMillan’s late headed winner.

Boroughmuir climbed above Queen’s Park with a Maria Torrente decider at Stirling University.

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