Glasgow City’s Priscilla Chinchilla took just 18 seconds to score in the new Scottish Women’s Premier League 1 season.
Hibernian 3-0 Spartans
Glasgow City 6-0 Motherwell
Hearts 1-2 Hamilton Academical
Rangers P-P Partick Thistle (Covid related)
Aberdeen 2-4 Celtic
Chinchilla fast off the mark
Claire Walsh added to Chinchilla’s opener on six minutes, to make it a tough start for Motherwell, while Ode Fulutudilu bagged a first-half brace. Taylor Fisher and Vital Kats took the score to 6-0 after the break.
Celtic see off Dons with late pen
Celtic saw off promoted Aberdeen 4-2, as Charlie Wellings and Chloe Craig both scored twice. However, the Dons did level when a Jenna Penman cross forced an own-goal and Eilidh Shore got their second, with Craig’s late penalty needed to make sure of the points for Celtic.
Hamilton win despite two Hearts’ penalty saves
Hamilton Academical began their life back in the top flight with a dramatic later winner against Hearts. Accies’ Josephine Giard saw her spot-kick saved by Charlotte Parker-Smith and they then fell behind to Aimee Anderson goal on 73 minutes. But Hannah Scott did net Hamilton’s second penalty, then score on the rebound after their third was saved.
Hibs win local derby
Hibernian’s Alexa Coyle converted an early penalty in the 3-0 win over Edinburgh rivals Spartans. Colette Cavanagh made it 2-0 by the break and Michaela McAlonie later completed the scoring.
Glasgow Women 3-2 Kilmarnock
Boroughmuir Thistle 4-1 St Johnstone
Dundee United 5-1 Stirling University
Shivohn Honeyman scored the first and last goals as Glasgow Women edged Kilmarnock 3-2. Killie’s Alex Middleton (penalty) and Rebecca Galt hit back to lead 2-1 but Caitlyn Canavan levelled before Honeyman’s winner 17 minutes from time.
Robyn Smith scored twice as Dundee United defeated Stirling University 5-1. Cassie Cowper, Erin Ross and Danni McGinley also found the net for the hosts, Jodie Malcolm replying via the post.
Boroughmuir Thistle beat St Johnstone 4-1, with Alix Wilkinson’s spot-kick added to by Samantha Duncan, Beth MacLeod and Elvie McLean, while Ellie Cowie responded for the visitors.