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Celtic regained top spot in the Scottish Women's Premier League in some style by scoring ten without reply against Raith Rovers.
Joanne Love and Jennifer Beattie each led the scoring for the Hoops by netting a hat-trick apiece and they were joined on the scoresheet by Leanne Crichton, Karen McInally, Suzanne Malone and Karen Penglase.
Despite claiming a fine 3-1 victory away to Hibernian, Spartans find themselves back in second place on goal difference. Diana Barry gave Spartans a first half lead which was cancelled out by Stacey Cook but after the break, Patricia McLaughlin put them back in front and Barry wrapped up the win with her second goal - her sixth against Hibs in a matter of days as Spartans followed up their midweek win in the Premier League Cup semi finals.
Aberdeen gained a much needed 5-0 victory over Dundee Utd SC, a result which lifts them out of the bottom two places.
There is now only three points separating fourth place and the foot of the table, things being tightened up even further as Boroughmuir Thistle picked up their first win of the season. Karen MacKenzie and Alana Marshall scored the goals to give Boroughmuir a 2-1 success against FC Kilmarnock to lift themselves off the bottom.
Meanwhile it has been announced that this season's Premier League Cup Final between Glasgow City and Spartans is scheduled to take place on Saturday 8th November at Forthbank Stadium in Stirling, kick off time to be confirmed.
This Sunday, there will be a full programme of SWPL fixtures and league leaders Celtic will make the trip to play Dundee Utd where a win will take them three points clear, as second placed Spartans have no game. Glasgow City return to league action following their UEFA Women's Cup exploits and have a home match against Hibernian. FC Kilmarnock play host to Aberdeen, Raith Rovers take on Forfar Farmington and Hamilton Academicals entertain Boroughmuir Thistle.
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