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Despite having already clinched another SWPL league title in midweek, and with a UEFA Women's Champions League tie coming up, Glasgow City are showing no signs of letting up and have moved to within two games of a perfect record for the season after a 3-1 win away to second placed Hibernian.
City led at the interval through a sixteenth minute strike from Clare Shine and they made it two after the hour with a strike from Megan Foley. Colette Cavanagh gave Hibs hope when she reduced the arrears ten minutes later but Jordan McLintock sewed up win number nineteen for the Champions with three minutes remaining.
Defeat for Hibernian has given fresh hope for Celtic in the chase for the runners-up spot which they kept alive with a 3-0 victory over Rangers. The first half was goalless but Sarah Ewens opened the scoring for Celtic within three minutes of the restart and they went on to make the points safe with further goals from Josephine Giard and Katherine Smart.
Spartans remain two points ahead of Motherwell after their meeting finished in a 2-2 draw. Spartans had raced into a two-goal lead thanks to Rebecca Galbraith and Katie Frew, before the Women of Steel staged a fightback with Lori Gardner pulling a goal back just before half time and Katie Rice grabbing an equaliser with four minutes remaining.
On Friday night, Forfar Farmington took a huge stride towards safety as they won 2-0 away to Stirling University. In the live televised match on BBC Alba, goals in the last ten minutes from Donna Paterson and Beth Shillitto gave Forfar a win which increases the gap between the two teams to six points, with two matches left to play.
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