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Whilst Glasgow City were away on UEFA Women's Cup duty, Celtic took the opportunity to replace them at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League with a 3-1 victory away to Hibernian.
Pauline Hamill gave the Hoops the lead when following up to score from a rebound and the same player netted again shortly afterwards when latching on to Joanne Love's pass. Nicola Sturrock gave Hibs renewed hope as she pulled a goal back before half time but Celtic wrapped up the points on the hour mark as Jennifer Beattie headed in from a Clare Gemmell corner.
A win would have taken FC Kilmarnock into second place but instead they move up to third after sharing a 1-1 draw with newly promoted Dundee Utd, who registered their first point of the season.
The other match to go ahead saw Raith Rovers and Hamilton Academicals battle out a goalless draw, which means that every team in the league now has at least one point to their name.
Sadly, the league has been reduced to eleven teams following the resignation of Queen's Park this week.
This Sunday, the quarter finals of the Premier League Cup are set to take place and the tie of the round sees Glasgow City travel to FC Kilmarnock. Holders Hibernian are at home to Boroughmuir Thistle whilst Celtic face Dundee Utd and Spartans host Hamilton Academicals.
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