SWPL: Glasgow City gain narrow victory over Aberdeen Women

Glasgow City
Glasgow City. (Photo by Ian MacNicol/Getty Images)

The Scottish Women’s Premier League’s top three all made it four straight wins but Glasgow City’s victory over Aberdeen was a narrow one.


Dundee United 1-3 Hibernian
Glasgow City 2-1 Aberdeen
Hamilton Academical 0-5 Rangers
Hearts 3-0 Glasgow Women
Motherwell 0-8 Celtic
Spartans 0-0 Partick Thistle

Rangers ran in five goals at Hamilton, Jenny Danielsson with two of them. Celtic scored eight at Motherwell with doubles by Caitlin Hayes, Clarissa Larisey and Jacynta Galabadaarachchi.

Aberdeen’s Francesca Ogilvie made up for Bayley Hutchinson’s own-goal, before Emily Whelan won it for Glasgow City on 69 minutes.

Hearts beat Glasgow Women 3-0 aided by a Georgia Timms double to go fourth, Hibs went fifth with a 3-1 result at Dundee United where Eilidh Adams was twice on target, Spartans versus Partick ended goalless.


East Fife 0-1 Kilmarnock
Gartcairn 3-2 Montrose
Queen’s Park 3-4 Stirling University
St. Johnstone 3-2 Boroughmuir Thistle

Queen's Park 3-4 Stirling University
Queen’s Park try to prevent a goal for Stirling University. (Photo: ianairnsmedia.co.uk)

St. Johnstone edged Boroughmuir Thistle to stay top on maximum points from four games, Morgan Steedman with their crucial third goal.

Gartcairn got the better of Montrose to leapfrog them into second, Amy Robertson finding the net at the end of the  first half and start of the second.

Kilmarnock climbed to fourth with the only goal at East Fife, Abby Robinson striking from outside the box.

Stirling University off the mark when winning a seven-goal thriller at Queen’s Park with Athina Varnava getting the decider.

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