Boroughmuir Thistle held third-placed Hibernian U-23s to a goalless draw in Scottish Women’s League Division 1 South but slipped to eighth spot.
SWFL 1 North
East Fife 0-1 Cove Rangers
Buchan 2-1 Kelty Hearts
Stonehaven 3-4 Montrose
Westdyke 3-0 Raith Rovers
SWFL 1 South
Ayr United 4-2 Hamilton Academical U-23s
Boroughmuir Thistle 0-0 Hibernian U-23s
Spartans Development 10-0 FC Kilmarnock U-23s
Renfrew 2-4 Glasgow City Development
Celtic Academy H/W Blackburn United
Cove go second
Cove Rangers and Buchan went second and third respectively in SWFL 1 North after the former got the only goal at East Fife through Sophie Taylor and the latter saw off Kelty Hearts 2-1.
Montrose are goal-difference short of fifth-placed Inverness Caledonian Thistle after winning a seven-goal thriller at Stonehaven. Lydia Broadley, Charlotte Gammie, Aimee Ridgeway and an Eilidh Reid penalty gave them the points. Westdyke were 3-0 winners over basement side Raith Rovers.
Ayr end run of 15 defeats
Ayr United banked their first points in SWFL 1 South by coming from 2-1 down to defeat Hamilton Academical U-23s 4-2. Chloe Duthie had put them in front and later set up Kimberly Dick to make it 2-2. Rachel Scott restored their lead with a 25-yard strike and Amy Cox struck from further out for her first goal for the club.
Glasgow City Development extended their perfect form to a sixteenth game which they won 4-2 at Renfrew.
Second-placed Celtic Academy were awarded the match with Blackburn United and stepped two points ahead of Hibernian U-23, who were held 0-0 at Boroughmuir Thistle.
Spartans Development scored ten against Kilmarnock U-23s, with four for Caitlin Russell and a treble by Robyn Fleming as they went seventh.
South East/Central – Edinburgh Caledonia won 5-1 at Stenhousemuir to hold a five-point lead over Stirling University Development, who hit Musselburgh Windsor for six.
West/South West – Morton remained three points in front of Kilwinning when putting seven past Rutherglen, their closest challengers edging Mid Annandale 3-2.
West/Central – United Glasgow moved five points clear of Bishopton at the top but have played two games more after their 4-0 defeat of Motherwell Development.
North/East – Dryburgh Athletic scored eight without reply at Buchan in stretching their lead to seven points, second-placed Dundee City have three games in hand to make up the ground once they’ve recovered from the 20-0 SSE Scottish Cup mauling at the hands of Glasgow City.