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Suzanne Grant scored all six goals as Celtic defeated Boroughmuir Thistle 6-1 in the Scottish Women's Premier League.
Kerry Graham netted the solitary reply for Boroughmuir but the win was not enough to take the Hoops to the top of the table following the second round of matches.
That honour falls to Hibernian who notched a huge 19-0 victory over FC Kilmarnock, spearheaded by four-goal hauls from Claire Emslie and Debbie McWhinnie. Ellen Pia and Kirsty McBridge weighed in with hat-tricks and the tally was completed by further goals from Joelle Murray (2), Laura Kennedy, Lisa Robertson and Rhonda Jones.
Spartans kept up their good start to the season with a 4-2 win away to Forfar Farmington. Diana Barry, Julie Melrose, Claire Crosbie and Siobhan Rooney were all on target for the Edinburgh side, with Forfar replying through Rebecca Dempster and Caroline Herd.
Glasgow City complete a quartet of clubs with two wins from two games, they won 3-0 at Hamilton Academicals. Suzanne Lappin headed the reigning Champions into a first half lead but it wasn't until the final fifteen minutes that they made the game safe, Donna James doubling their advantage before Lappin scored her second goal.
Aberdeen and Rangers battled out a 2-2 draw which puts both sides in a mid-table position. Claire Martin netted both goals for the Dons, with Rangers finding the net through Louise Mason and Cheryl Gallacher.
Five different players were on the scoresheet as Inverness picked up their first win of the season, 5-2 at home to Dundee Utd SC. Lorraine Cadden, Leanne Calder, Natalie Bodiam, Zoe Johnstone and Lisa MacKenzie scored their goals while United's consolation strikes came from Fay Hughes and Ashley Burnett.
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