There seems to be no stopping Glasgow City Development in their race to the Scottish Women’s League Division 1 South title, after they returned from the mid-season break still in perfect form.
Glasgow City Development are coasting toward the 1 South title and made it fourteen straight wins with all four goals of the game against Blackburn United. Hibernian U-23s posted a 5-0 scoreline at Ayr United in a bid to keep up their hopes, likewise Celtic Academy who thrashed Kilmarnock U-23s 17-0.
Rangers Development netted ten to the one from Hamilton Academical U-23s, Boroughmuir Thistle beat Spartans Development 7-0 away to leapfrog them in the table and Renfrew gained ground on Queens Park whom they sunk 5-1.
Dons stay ahead of Dunfermline
Aberdeen held a three-point lead over Dunfermline Athletic with a 5-2 result at East Fife, while their closest rivals to the Division 1 North championship saw off Raith Rovers 4-1.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle beat third-placed Cove Rangers to move within a point of their visitors, Buchan conceded five times at Stonehaven but took the points with eight goals of their own, while Montrose were 2-0 winners at Westdyke,
Stirling University Development beat Lothian 8-1 to reduce Edinburgh Caledonia’s lead in South East/Central.
Kilwinning are level on points with West/South West leaders Morton but from two games more, following a 4-0 win at Clark Drive.
West/Central top team United Glasgow have a four-point advantage after sending third-placed Clyde to a 7-3 defeat.
Despite Dryburgh Athletic’s 4-2 result at East Fife Development, Dundee City maintained the pressure by romping to a 16-2 scoreline at Granite City.