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The top two in the Scottish Women's Premier League swapped places again on Sunday, this time Glasgow City reverting to top spot following an 11-0 victory over Dundee Utd SC.
Emma Mitchell led the scoring with a hat-trick for City, Suzanne Lappin and Jane Ross each weighed in with doubles and the the tally was completed by Rachel Corsie, Lisa Evans, Donna James and a Lorna Young own goal.
Celtic drop back into second place on goal difference but maintained their own 100% record by winning 3-0 away to Inverness. Joanne Love, Suzanne Grant and Julie Ferguson scored the goals to keep the Hoops on track and put a halt to their opponents' winning run.
Rangers lifted themselves into third place by defeating Boroughmuir Thistle 2-1. Jayne Somerville netted both goals for Rangers, with Boroughmuir replying through Kerry Montgomery.
Spartans got back to winning ways with a 3-0 success away to Aberdeen. Diana Barry led the scoring with a brace, with Pauline Hamill adding the other goal.
Forfar Farmington are having an excellent run and they are up into fifth place following their 2-0 victory over Hibernian. Rebecca Dempster and Karen Webster were on the scoresheet to give Forfar their fourth win on the bounce.
Susan Fairlie had a rampant day in front of goal, finding the net no less than eight times for Hamilton Academicals as they crushed FC Kilmarnock 14-0. Sam McManus contributed a double and there was a goal apiece from Nicky Grant, Helen Templeton, Lauren Emmerson and Sarah Crilly.
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