Stirling University kept their hopes of securing fourth alive by snatching a late win against Aberdeen.
With Rangers winning earlier, Stirling knew they had to take all three points and they started well and came close early on with Nicole Pullar heading just over in the eighth minute.
Despite having several good chances, it would take until the 43rd minute for Stirling to take the lead when Sammy Hare saw her shot parried but reacted to place the ball past the Aberdeen keeper.
Aberdeen came out strong in the second half and had a couple of shots from corners cleared off the line. And in the 71st minute, the away side equalised when a cross was diverted over their own goal-line by a Stirling defender.
But in the 92nd minute, Stirling snatched the winner when Rebecca Galbraith scrambled the ball over the line from a corner.