#SWFL1: Glasgow City Development get tenth straight win

While Glasgow City Development extended their winning run, Hibs U-23s just got the better of Rangers Development. (Photo: SWF)

Dunfermline Athletic overtook Inverness Caledonian Thistle to go second in Scottish Women’s League Division 1, Glasgow City Development made it ten straight wins in SWFL 1 South.

SWFL 1 North – Dunfermline up to second

Dunfermline Athletic scored all five goals at Buchan to go second, as Inverness Caledonian Thistle slipped to a 3-1 defeat at next-to-bottom Deveronvale.

East Fife hit Kelty Hearts 6-1 to climb to fifth, with Cove Rangers held 3-3 at Montrose.

Westdyke won 3-1 at Stonehaven to leapfrog them into ninth spot, while leaders Aberdeen had they match with Raith Rovers rained off.

SWFL 1 South – Ten in a row for City

Glasgow City Development were 4-1 winners at Boroughmuir Thistle to make it maximum points from their opening ten games, while second-placed Celtic Academy hit six at Spartans Development.

Hibernian U-23s edged Rangers Development away in a seven-goal thriller despite letting a 2-0 lead slip, Holly Aitchison’s second goal proving to be the decider.

Queens Park netted nine at Kilmarnock U-23s with hat-tricks for Ashley McKeown and Frances Fern, Blackburn scored six of the nine goals scored at Hamilton Academical U-23s.

Renfrew stormed to a 7-2 victory at Ayr United, where Karen Baillie ran riot with four goals in 20 minutes.

SWFL 2 – Wins for Dryburgh and Morton ahead of Cup final

Division 2 South East/Central leaders Edinburgh Caledonia beat Lothian 9-1, Morton went top in West/South West with a 5-0 win over Stranraer as Rutherglen crashed 4-0 at home to Kilwinning.

United Glasgow edged into second in West/Central with a 3-1 result at West Park United, Dryburgh Athletic held the North/East top spot from Dundee City with an 8-0 result against Jeanfield Swifts and on Friday they face Morton in the SWPL 2 Cup Final at Ainslie Park.

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