SWPL: Celtic Women go top

Celtic FC Women's two-goal Clarissa Larisey
Clarissa Larisey scored twice for Celtic. (Photo by Alex Todd/SPP)
Celtic moved top of the Scottish Women’s Premier League after continuing their perfect start to the season.


Aberdeen 2-2 Partick Thistle
Celtic 4-0 Spartans
Glasgow Women 3-4 Hamilton Academical
Hibernian 2-3 Motherwell

Taylor Otto and Chloe Graig gave Celtic a two-goal lead over Spartans at half-time, Clarissa Larisey then adding a double including be a penalty.

Hamilton edged a thriller at Glasgow Women, whose Shelley Campbell buried two set-pieces to put them 3-2 up, only for Josephine Guard to win it for Accies with her hat-trick goal in stoppage-time.

Motherwell led through Jo Addie and although Lucy Parry levelled for Hibs, Lori Gardner and an Amy Anderson penalty set the visitors on the road to victory.

Aberdeen were held at home to Partick, a Cheryl McCulloch goal and Taylor Fisher penalty cancelled out by Mya Christie and Bailey Collins.


Boroughmuir Thistle 3-1 Queen’s Park
Kilmarnock 2-3 Gartcairn
Montrose 5-1 East Fife
Stirling University 1-3 St Johnstone

St Johnstone remain top with a 100% record, all the goals came in the second half as Boroughmuir beat Queen’s Park to go third.

Stacey McFadyen hit a hat-trick in Montrose’s 5-1 victory against East Fife, Gartcairn came from behind to win at Kilmarnock where Dionne Brown bagged a brace.

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