Stenhousemuir within touching distance of SWF League One title

Stenhousemuir v Falkirk, SWF League One at Ochilview Stadium
Lucia Martinez (Stenhousemuir) celebrates after making it 2-0. (Photo by Alex Todd/Sportpix/SIPA USA)

Stenhousemuir need only a point from their remaining match to lift the SWF League One trophy, after dominating Falkirk 6-0 in the derby.

A first-half hat-trick from Lucia Zamorano after an opener from Amy MacLarty in just the second minute left Falkirk a mountain to climb in the second half, and Stenny remained clinical after the break, sealing the win with a goal from Eva Ralston before Praise Adebo converted a penalty in the 83rd minute to send their local rivals out of the title race.

Forfar Farmington remain three points behind Stenhousemuir in second after a 2-0 home win against Edinburgh Caledonia, thanks to a second half double from Claire Hendry, The Angus side must hope Stenny lose to Edinburgh Caledonia next Sunday, before they face Bonnyrigg Rose the following week with 12 to make up in goal-difference.

Elsewhere in League One, Queen of the South and Airdrie finished their home campaigns in style, the Doonhammers putting seven past St Mirren without reply and the Diamonds winning 9-3 against Dundee West.

In the Championship, Renfrew won 10-0 against a Hutchison Vale side who will be pleased to see the back of the season.

Dryburgh Athletic v Inverurie Locos, SWFL North, at Dundee International Sports Centre
Inverurie Locos with the SWFL North league trophy. (Photo by Ger Harley/Sportpix/Sipa USA)

Inverurie Locos ensured their SWFL North title lift was in good spirits after winning 7-1 against Dryburgh Athletic Devs, the Dundee side giving the visitors a guard of honour ahead of the game. In SWFL East Armadale Thistle remain top after seeing off an Edinburgh South comeback in the second half to win 2-1, while Dunfermline Athletic moved into third with a convincing 7-0 win over Edinburgh university Thistle.

There was only one game in SWFL South, as Annan Athletic beat Bishopton 4-3.

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