Clear wins for East Fife, Cove Rangers and Deveronvale in Scottish Women’s League Division 1 North, likewise for Blackburn United in the South.
East Fife are up to third in SWFL 1 North after a 4-1 result against Stonehaven, Cove Rangers came out 8-2 winners in the mid-table meeting at Kelty Hearts. Deveronvale joined Westdyke on nine points when beating them 3-0 away, the hosts failing with three penalties against Gail Gilmour, while Lucy Grant, Angela Wilson and Shannon Thom scored for the visitors.
Blackburn United’s 6-3 success over FC Kilmarnock U-23s put them onto thirteen points, level with the teams in sixth and seventh spots in SWFL 1 South. Rangers Development were held 1-1 at home by Spartans Development.
There are new leaders in SWFL 2 West/Central after Clyde went from third to first with a 5-0 defeat of Pollok United.
Clark Drive thrashed Annan Athletic 10-2 in the Division 2 West/South West basement battle, with Ali Kelly hitting a hat-trick.
In 2 North East, Forfar Farmington jumped three places to sixth with a 9-0 victory at Westdyke Thistle, Ashleigh Smith scoring five times and Megan Robb three.
Highlands & Islands League
Clachnacuddin went level on points with leaders Lewis & Harris with a 5-2 result over Caithness. Kirkwall City got their first points and climbed off the foot of the table at Nairn’s expense, sending them to a 4-1 defeat.