#SWFL1: Aberdeen Women & Glasgow City Devs narrowly lead

Kelty Hearts beat Raith Rovers at Starks Park. (Photo: KHCC)

After the second Sunday of league matches, Aberdeen FC Women top SWFL 1 North and Glasgow City Development hold the leadership in SWFL 1 South.

SWFL 1 North – Five-goal Dons lead

Four sides made it back-to-back wins, Aberdeen foremost of those with five goals at Westdyke.

Kelty Hearts came back from Raith Rovers 4-0 winners, there was a goal-fest as Dunfermline Athletic defeated Cove Rangers 7-4 after being 2-0 down with doubles by Brodie-Rigby Wilson and Morgan Steedman and Buchan took the points 2-0 at East Fife.

Inverness Caledonian Thistle sank Montrose 7-0 as Kayleigh Mackenzie got her first goals for the club, bagging a hat-trick, but the victory was marred by Kirsty Deans’ fractured ankle.

Elsewhere, Stonehaven edged Deveronvale by the odd goal in seven.

SWFL 1 South – Glasgow City hold top spot

Three teams have 100% records after two rounds of games, Glasgow City Development lead after edging Queens Park 2-1, Renfrew posted a 4-0 result over FC Kilmarnock U-23s and Celtic Academy beat Hamilton Academical U-23s 3-0.

Blackburn United drew 1-1 with Hibernian U-23s, Spartans Development were 3-0 winners over Ayr United and Rangers Development went down 2-0 at home to Boroughmuir Thistle.

SWFL 2 – Rutherglen and Morton net 19

In Division 2 South East/Central, Edinburgh Caledonia thrashed Musselburgh Windsor 14-0 to lead on goal-difference from Murieston United, 5-1 winners over Lothian.

Rutherglen and Morton both netted nineteen goals to sit first and second respectively in 2 West/South West, Stewarton United and Stranraer also have maximum points after match day 2.

Clyde are the sole 2 West/Central side still to drop a point, winning 2-1 at West Park United, Buchan Youth the single team in 2 North/East with two wins from two after a dozen goals at Granite City.

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