#SWFL: Titles won by Aberdeen Women, Bishopton and Dundee City

Aberdeen are promoted
Aberdeen’s promotion was confirmed without them playing. (Photo: @EmmaHunterAFC)

Aberdeen were confirmed Scottish Women’s League 1 North champions, while Bishopton and Dundee City sealed regional second division titles.

Results for Sunday 6 October

SWFL 1 North

Dunfermline Athletic 2-4 Buchan
Inverness Caledonian Thistle 12-1 Deveronvale
Westdyke 2-1 Stonehaven
Cove Rangers 7-3 Montrose
Kelty Hearts 1-9 East Fife

SWFL 1 South

Hibernian U-23s 0-0 Rangers Development
Queens Park 18-0 FC Kilmarnock U-23s
Renfrew 3-0 Ayr United
Celtic Academy 9-0 Spartans Development
Blackburn United 1-0 Hamilton Academical U-23s

Aberdeen were all but SWFL 1 North champions anyway but Dunfermline Athletic’s slimmest of mathematical hopes of catching them were ended in a 4-2 defeat by Buchan. The Dons will be celebrating their title when hosting Raith Rovers on Thursday 10 October, 7pm at Windmill Community Campus.

Julie Binnie made her 100th appearance for Westdyke as they won 2-1 over Stonehaven, London Pollard and Sophie Taylor were at the double as Cove Rangers came out on top 7-3 against Montrose, while Leanne Calder and Mary Macleod each recorded a treble each as Inverness netted a dozen against Deveronvale.

Rangers Development held hosts Hibs U-23s to a goalless draw in SWFL 1 South and are in action again on Wednesday 9 October at Petershill Park (8pm), with the visit of Renfrew who were 3-0 winners over Ayr United.

Monica Forsyth found the net three times as Celtic Academy put nine past Spartans Development, while Ashley McKeown had an eight-goal haul as Queens Park crushed Kilmarnock U-23 18-0.

Bishopton won Division 2 West / Central in their last game of the season, defeating BSC Glasgow 4-0 with the help of a Laura Inglis double.

Dundee City are champions of Division 2 North / East after Natalie Cromar scored the only goal of the game away at Forfar Farmington Women.

Dundee City won promotion to SWFL 1
Photo: @Dundeecitywfc

SSE Scottish Women’s Cup semi-finals next Sunday, 13 October

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