The SBS Scottish Women’s Premier League Cup kicked off as Celtic came from behind to beat Partick Thistle and Dundee United scored ten against more senior opposition.
Group A: Aberdeen 2-1 Boroughmuir Thistle, Rangers 8-0 Queen’s Park
Group B: Dundee United 10-0 Forfar Farmington, Hibernian 4-0 Kilmarnock
Group C: Glasgow WFC 0-9 Glasgow City, Spartans 2-2 Hamilton Academical
Group D: Hearts 1-0 St Johnstone, Partick Thistle 1-3 Celtic
Aberdeen’s Eva Thomson and Francesca Ogilvie gave them a two-goal advantage, Brogan Anderson replying for Boroughmuir Thistle. Rangers romped home 8-0 against Queen’s Park, Jane Ross marking her competitive debut with three goals.
Dundee United thrashed top-flight Forfar Farmington 10-0, three of those goals coming from Danni McGinley. Amy Gallacher scored in either half as Hibernian won 4-0 over Kilmarnock.
Spartans led Hamilton Academical 2-0 at the break with Becky Galbraith getting both but the Accies battled back to draw the match. Jo Love hit a hat-trick as Glasgow City eased to victory in a local derby against SWPL 2 hosts Glasgow Women.
Partick Thistle threatened an upset with an early Tegan McCann goal but Celtic hit back with a Charlie Wellings brace and one from Kathleen McGovern. Hearts edged St Johnstone with the only goal of the game, Lia Tweedie’s early header proving to be enough.