Seven-goal Montrose leap off the bottom of SWPL 1

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Rangers on the ball during their 3-0 win away to Hibernian. (Photo: Malcolm Mackenzie/SWPL)

It was goalless at the break between ScottishPower Women’s Premier League relegation rivals Montrose and Hamilton Academical, until the home side ran riot.


Glasgow City 8-1 Aberdeen
Spartans 1-4 Motherwell
Celtic 6-1 Partick Thistle
Dundee United 0-3 Hearts
Montrose 7-0 Hamilton Academical
Hibernian 0-3 Rangers

Montrose got off the bottom and level on points with ninth-placed Spartans following only their third ever win in the division. They sank Hamilton with seven second-half goals to leave the Accies last in the table, Jade McLaren scoring three times.

Mia McAulay bagged a brace in Rangers’ 3-0 victory at Hibernian, which kept them top by four points from both Celtic and Glasgow City.

Amy Gallacher hit a hat-trick for Celtic in the 6-1 result against Partick, Thistle having replied from the spot to make it 3-1. Meikayla Moore and Carlee Giamona were at the double as Glasgow City ran out 8-1 winners over Aberdeen.

Hearts are three points ahead of rivals Hibs after defeating Dundee United 3-0, all the goals came before the break with Emma Brownlie netting twice.

Motherwell moved six points in front of Spartans when beating them 4-1 away, Mya Bates levelled for the hosts before Louisa Boyes scored twice.


Kilmarnock 0-0 Queen’s Park
Livingston 0-2 Gartcairn
St Johnstone 0-0 Boroughmuir Thistle
Stirling University 1-1 Glasgow Women

Kilmarnock v Queen's Park, SWPL 2
Kilmarnock v Queen’s Park. (Photo: Colin Poultney/SWPL)

Queen’s Park’s goalless draw at second-placed Kilmarnock kept them ten points clear at the top, no goals either as St Johnstone hosted Boroughmuir Thistle

Gartcairn went sixth with a fine 2-0 result at Livingston where Jemma Hughes got both goals, Stirling University are three points adrift following a 1-1 tie with Glasgow Women.

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