SWPL: Glasgow City get stoppage-time winner at Motherwell Women

Rangers' four-goal Lizzie Arnot
Rangers’ four-goal Lizzie Arnot. (Alex Todd/SPP)

There were second Scottish Women’s Premier League wins for Rangers, Celtic and Glasgow City but the latter left it very late.


Aberdeen 0-8 Rangers
Glasgow Women 0-4 Dundee United
Hibernian 4-0 Hamilton Academical
Motherwell 0-1 Glasgow City
Partick Thistle 0-2 Celtic
Spartans 2-1 Hearts


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

Rangers ran in eight goals at Aberdeen, Lizzie Arnot netting two in either half.

Celtic won 2-0 at Partick, where Lucy Ashworth’s opener was added to by a Chloe Craig penalty.

A 97th minute breakthrough from Jenna Clark gave Glasgow City the points at Motherwell

Dundee United netted four times in a 20-minute spell at Glasgow Women, Cassie Cowper, Tammy Harkin, Jade McLaren and Rachel Todd the scorers.

Hibs’ Crystal Thomas hit a hat-trick against Hamilton, while Spartans took the points home at Hearts where Becky Galbraith levelled and the winner came from an own-goal.

A single goal at East Fife saw St Johnstone the only side in SWPL2 on maximum points from two games.

Montrose and Kilmarnock drew to both move on to four points, a second-half equaliser from Mhairi Fyfe following Aimee Ridgeway’s penalty for the home side.

Boroughmuir came away from Stirling University 4-1 winners, while Queen’s Park edged Gartcairn 2-1 with Abby Callaghan’s two first-half goals.

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