#SBSSWPL: Glasgow City, Hibs and Rangers Women all made it back-to back wins

Rangers scorer, Demi Vance
Rangers defender Demi Vance scores the only goal at Spartans. (PA Images)

Glasgow City, Hibernian and Rangers all made it back-to back wins in the SBS Scottish Women’s Premier League 1, while Celtic hit double-figures.

SWPL results – Sunday 1 November


Glasgow City 8-1 Forfar Farmington
Hearts 0-10 Celtic
Motherwell 0-6 Hibernian
Spartans 0-1 Rangers


Aberdeen 5-1 Queen’s Park
Boroughmuir Thistle 0-1 Kilmarnock
Dundee United 3-1 Stirling University
Hamilton Academical 0-1 Glasgow Women
Partick Thistle 2-3 St Johnstone

Hearts v Celtic
Celtic on the attack against Hearts. (Photo: SWPL / Malcolm Mackenzie)

Glasgow City beat Forfar Farmington 8-1 to lead the table no goal-difference from Hibernian and Rangers. Forfar’s Donna Paterson did manage to cancel out Kirsty Howat’s opener but the City forward went on to get a hat-trick.

Hibs hit hosts Motherwell for six with three in each half, Charlotte Potts on target twice.

Celtic stormed to a 10-0 result at Hearts, Natalie Ross and substitute Kathleen McGovern each bagging a brace, while Sarah Ewens claimed her 50th goal for the Hoops.

In comparison, Rangers had a modest 1-0 victory at Spartans, Demi Vance getting the goal.

Aberdeen made it three straight wins in SWPL 2 with a 5-1 scoreline against Queen’s Park. Francesca Ogilvie and Eva Thomson both scored twice, the latter getting her first in a quick response to the Spiders’ equaliser.

St Johnstone have maximum points from their two games following a 3-2 result at Partick Thistle. Ellie Cowie twice put Saints in the lead in the first half, then with a couple minutes left of the 90, a free kick came off the bar and was fired home by Morgan Steedman.

Glasgow Women’s single-goal success at Hamilton Academical put them second, Taylor Hamill grabbing the winner from her 85th-minute free kick.

Kilmarnock won by a similar margin at Boroughmuir Thistle, Laura Neil getting on the end of a set-piece.

Dundee United defeated Stirling University 3-1 with goals by Robyn Smith, Holly Napier and Jade McLaren.


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