Aberdeen went level on points with Scottish league Division 1 North leaders Dunfermline Athletic who lost to Cove Rangers, Hibernian U-23 rose to second place in the South.
SWFL 1 North – Dons catch Dunfermline
Aberdeen hit Westdyke for six to move within four goals of the leadership, Amy Phillips getting the first of her brace in 90 seconds. Chloe Gover also sruck twice, Bayley Hutchison and Francesca Ogilvie once each.
Dunfermline went down 6-3 to Cove Rangers, who climbed to third with doubles from London Pollard and Sophie Taylor, singles by Megan Maver and Lynn Duncan.
Buchan are a point short of East Fife who slipped to fourth after a 3-1 defeat, Montrose edged mid-table Inverness Caledonian Thistle with a last-minute winner in a seven-goal thriller.
Deveronvale defeated Stonehaven 3-0, Kelty Hearts are up to ninth having won 2-1 over Raith Rovers
SWFL 1 South – Hibs U-23 go second
Fourth-placed Queens Park were unable to prevent a thirteenth straight win for Glasgow City Development. A 4-1 away result moved the leaders 11 points clear, as Jordan McLintock, Taylor Hamill, Sam Kerr and Nic Miller all netted.
Hibernian U-23s sunk Blackburn United 7-0 to leapfrog Celtic Academy into second, Cari Johnston ending her time with the team by notching a hat-trick.
Rangers Development came through by the odd goal in nine away at Boroughmuir Thistle, Renfrew gained a 6-2 result on the road at FC Kilmarnock U-23s where Claire Rae got two of their goals.
SWFL 2 – Clyde level with leaders
Edinburgh Caledonia extended their lead in Division 2 South East/Central to 8 points with 11 goals at Musselburgh Windsor bringing a tenth win on the spin. Morton over-ran Annan Athletic with a 22-0 away win to stay top of West/South-West. Glasgow Girls U-23 are only goal-difference ahead of Clyde in West/Central after being held 3-3 at home by United Glasgow. Dryburgh Athletic maintained a four-point advantage in N0rth/East with an 8-2 victory against Forfar Farmington Women.