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Hibernian hold on to the leadership following a day of high scores in the Scottish Women's Premier League.
Hibs netted nine without reply against Aberdeen including hat-tricks from Debbie McWhinnie and Kirsty McBride. Hollie Thomson, Hayley Cunningham and Rebecca Zoltie added the other goals for the table toppers.
Suzanne Grant bagged six goals for the second league match in a row as Celtic ran up a total of 13 past FC Kilmarnock. Joanne Love weighed in with a hat-trick, Mairead Fulton grabbed a brace and there was one apiece from Amy McDonald and Julia Scott.
Glasgow City follow on in third place after an 8-0 victory over Rangers. Jane Ross netted three times and Katharina Lindner twice, with the tally being completed by Eilish McSorley, Leanne Ross and Donna James.
Diana Barry was another player to score a hat-trick, for Spartans as they defeated Hamilton Academicals 7-1. Kirsty Scott, Shelley Kerr, Hayley Lauder and Siobhan Rooney were also on the scoresheet for the Edinburgh side who still sport a 100% record.
The closest game of the day was at Boroughmuir Thistle where visitors Inverness came away with a 2-1 victory, which takes them into fifth. Natalie Bodiam and Lianne Calder scored their goals, with Boroughmuir replying through Alana Marshall.
Forfar Farmington claimed their first victory of the season, 5-1 away to Dundee Utd SC. Kim Thomson netted twice along with Bobbie Beveridge, Caroline Heron and Caren Webster with Fay Hughes grabbing United's consolation.
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