Glasgow City had to battle back to beat Rangers 4-1 in the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup semi-finals, while Hibernian saw off Motherwell by a similar score.
Carla Boyce headed in at the back post from a corner as Rangers threatened a shock win over Glasgow City but the scores were level when Eilish McSorley turned in a corner kick on 45 minutes.
Sam Kerr got the last touch to another flag-kick as City went ahead six minutes after the restart.
Rachel McLauchlan added a brace in the last 20 minutes, finishing a Hayley Lauder-led breakaway and then turning in a Kirsty Howat cross.
Two Rachael Boyle corners led to goals as Hibs went in 3-0 up at the break, Amy Muir opened her account with a powerful header, Siobhan Hunter turned in the other at the far post with Colette Cavanagh combining well with Jamie-Lee Napier to net in-between.
Cavanagh was taken down inside the area and although Boyle’s penalty was saved by Anna Vincenti, she put the rebound away.
Motherwell got a goal back against the holders just after the hour mark, Abby Callaghan’s effort going in off the post.