Both Aberdeen and Glasgow City Development stretched their leads in Scottish Women’s League Division 1 North and South respectively, while Celtic Academy moved second in the South.
SWFL 1 North
Aberdeen 9-0 Stonehaven
Buchan 3-1 Deveronvale
Westdyke 0-4 Cove Rangers
Montrose 4-3 East Fife
Kelty Hearts 5-2 Dunfermline Athletic
SWFL 1 South
Hibernian U-23s 0-1 Glasgow City Development
FC Kilmarnock U-23s 0-11 Rangers Development
Queens Park 1-1 Celtic Academy
Hamilton Academical U-23s 5-7 Spartans Development
Boroughmuir Thistle 6-0 Ayr United
Blackburn United 2-3 Renfrew
SWFL 1 North – Dons double advantage
Aberdeen extended their lead to six points when netting nine past Stonehaven – two apiece from Bayley Hutchison and Eilidh Shore – while Kelty Hearts were defeating Dunfermline Athletic 5-2.
Cove Rangers stayed third with a 4-0 result at Westdyke, while Buchan beat Deveronvale 3-1.
Montrose moved within two points of mid-table East Fife after edging them in a seven-goal thriller.
SWFL 1 South – Glasgow City Devs beat title rivals
Glasgow City Development recorded a fifteenth straight win with the only goal of the game by Natasha Hoole in the top of the table clash at Hibernian U-23s.
Celtic Academy climbed above Hibs despite being held 1-1 at Queens Park. They nearly came away with nothing at all after Cheryl Watt’s penalty for the Spiders but the Hoops levelled late on.
Rangers Development ran in eleven goals at FC Kilmarnock U-23s and there were a dozen goals as Spartans Development came away from Hamilton Academical U-23s 7-5 victors.
Renfrew are up to fifth after winning by the odd goal in five at Blackburn United, Natalie O’Neill netted twice for a 3-0 lead before United pulled two back.
Elsewhere, Boroughmuir Thistle hit basement side Ayr United for six.
SWFL 2 – Edinburgh Caledonia and Morton extend perfect runs
South East/Central – Edinburgh Caledonia had a narrow 3-2 win at Airdrie but it took their winning run to 11 games.
West/South West – Morton made it ten wins in a row with eight unanswered goals at Stewarton United.
West/Central – United Glasgow’s lead was cut to one point after they lost out 3-0 at Bishopton and Clyde leapfrogged Glasgow Girls U-23s into second by beating them 2-1.
North/East – Dundee City are within a point of leaders Dryburgh Athletic after defeating Dunfermline Athletic U-21s 4-0.