#SWFL1: Glasgow City Development fightback to win 4-3

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Celtic Academy just did enough to go top in Scottish League Division 1 South, which also saw Glasgow City Development battle back to beat Renfrew 4-3.

SWFL 1 North – Dons’ rivals draw

Aberdeen went two points clear with a walkover against Deveronvale, while teams in second and third were held to high-scoring draws. Dunfermline Athletic trailed 3-1 at home to Inverness Caledonian Thistle but Laura Wight levelled late on for a 4-4 tie, Buchan shared six goals at Kelty Hearts.

East Fife are level on points with Cove Rangers after beating them 4-1 away, Montrose saw off Stonehaven 4-2 and Westdyke got off the mark with the only goal at Raith Rovers.

SWFL 1 South – Celtic edge into first

Celtic Academy moved top by a single goal in running out 8-1 winners at Blackburn United, while Glasgow City Development fought back from 3-1 down to defeat Renfrew 4-3.

Rangers Development got all four goals at Queens Park to go third, Hibernian U-23s put four past Boroughmuir Thistle, Hamilton Academical U-23s sank Ayr United 7-1 and basement side FC Kilmarnock U-23s had a narrow 3-2 reverse at home to Spartans Development.

SWFL 2 – Kilwinning and Glasgow Girls U-23s new leaders

Edinburgh Caledonia made it four wins from four to stay top of Division 2 South East/Central with a seven unanswered goals against Stenhousemuir, Stirling University Development are second on goal difference having also netted seven times at Musselburgh Windsor.

Kilwinning took over at the top in 2 West/South West with a 6-2 win at Mid-Allendale, while Rutherglen went down 3-2 at home to Morton.

Glasgow Girls U-23 replaced Bishopston as leaders of 2 West/Central, beating them away by the odd goal in five.

Dryburgh Athletic beat Buchan Youth 3-0 having begun the day dead level with them at the top of the 2 North/East table. Dundee City are up to second having hit East Fife Development for six.

Highlands & Islands League – Clachnacuddin crush Kirkwall

Lewis & Harris stayed top having won back-to-back games but Clachnacuddin jumped into second by winning their opening match 20-0 at Kirkwall City.

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