Renfrew came back to beat Rossvale and go four points ahead in the race for the promotion play-off race from the Scottish Women’s Championship.
A goal from in-form Sinead Macleod and a free kick from Morgan Graham saw Renfrew take maximum points from their Glasgow rivals, who had gone ahead through a first-half goal from Morgan Anderson in a fiercely competitive game in the race for promotion to the SWPL.
The side which finishes top of the Championship will get automatic promotion, while the side which finishes second will enter a play-off with the side finishing second bottom of SWPL 2. Renfrew are currently second on 45 points with Rossvale four behind on 41, although the Glasgow side has a game in hand. Livingston lead the table by ten points.
Elsewhere in the Championship, doubles from Kayleigh Mackenzie and Rhea Hossack helped Inverness Caledonian Thistle beat Morton convincingly 7-2 in Port Glasgow, while Ayr United beat Hutchison Vale 2-1.
In SWF League One, Westdyke secured an important away victory over in-form Edinburgh Caledonia in the capital, with goals from Bethany Cochrane and Georgia Park in a 2-0 win which keeps the northeast side in third behind promotion rivals Falkirk with a game in hand. The Bairns completed a 6-1 victory over Airdrie which saw veteran striker Suzanne Wyatt score her 24th and 25th league goals of the campaign, while Stenhousemuir won the battle for fourth with a hard-fought 1-0 victory at home to St Mirren.
League leaders FC Edinburgh won comfortably 4-0 against Grampian, while Giffnock SC enjoyed a goal spree in Dundee, besting Dundee West 10-0.
In the regional Biffa SWFL, Bonnyrigg Rose returned to winning ways with a comprehensive 10-0 victory over McDermid in East while in West Clydebank beat rivals Bishopton 2-1 as Dunipace and Drumchapel Utd played out a 1-1 draw. In South, Annan Athletic won an entertaining contest with Flip the Mindset 6-4, while in North Westdyke Thistle picked up their first points of the season by beating Buchan 4-3.