ScottishPower Women’s Premier League leaders Rangers were 2-0 winners away to Glasgow City with a Rio Hardy double.
Hibernian 2-1 Hearts (Att: 5,265)
Montrose 1-1 Motherwell
Dundee United 0-1 Partick Thistle
Aberdeen 2-1 Spartans
Glasgow City 0-2 Rangers
Hamilton Academical 0-5 Celtic
Rio Hardy bagged both goals as Rangers won 2-0 away to Glasgow City. After converting a penalty just before the break, she secured the win with a second goal in added time. The result put Rangers eleven points ahead of City, who have just the one game in hand.
Second-placed Celtic won 5-0 at Hamilton, Caitlin Hayes and Amy Gallacher netted before Chloe Craig scored from the spot. Nour Addi and Celya Barcalais late added one apiece.
Hibernian beat Hearts 2-1 in front of over 5,000 at Easter Road on Saturday, in a clash that also served as the Capital Cup. Jorian Baucom reacted quickest to a rebound after Rosie Livingstone’s initial effort was parried by Charlotte Parker-Smith. Baucom doubled the lead when heading home a Naomi Powell corner, Katie Lockwood replying from close range from Addie Handley’s cross with 15 minutes to go.
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Rachel Donaldson got the only goal after 20 minutes, as Partick Thistle picked up all three points at Dundee United to go within two points of third-placed Glasgow City.
Bayley Hutchison and Hannah Stewart scored in the first 25 minutes for Aberdeen, as they saw off Spartans 2-1. The visitors scored a stoppage-time consolation from Caley Gibb. The Dons has Becky Galbraith stretchered off following a head injury.
Montrose held Motherwell to a draw, Louise Brown cancelling out Chelsie Watson’s goal with an 85h-minute penalty, Brown was sent off with two minutes of the ninety left hut her team held on for the point.
Gartcairn 0-7 Boroughmuir Thistle
Glasgow Women 0-5 Queen’s Park
Livingston 4-2 St Johnstone
Stirling University 0-4 Kilmarnock
All the top four won, with leaders Queen’s Park 5-0 victors at Glasgow Women, Sophie McGoldrick with a double. They are five points clear of Kilmarnock, who scored four times at Stirling University. Third-placed Livingston saw off St Johnstone 4-2, Anna Dickov, Lucy Watt, Lauren Evans and Shannon Todd all on target. Boroughmuir Thistle sank Gartcairn 7-0, Maria Novoa-Torrente with a hat-trick.
Fixture for Wednesday 22 November
SWPL 1 – Glasgow City v Montrose (Petershill Park, 8pm)