The draw for the Quarter-Finals of the 2018 SWPL Cup has taken place at Hampden today. There is still one First Round game to play with the postponed match between Glasgow Girls and Hamilton Academical still to be arranged.
There will be a double-header at Ainslie Park with both Hibernian and
The 2018 SWPL Cup First Round tie between Glasgow Girls and Hamilton Academical was postponed due to a frozen pitch. A new date will be announced later.
Hearts v Hibernian
King’s Park, Kick-off: 2pm
The first of two Edinburgh derbies in the SWPL Cup sees Hearts host the 2016 and 2017 SWPL Cup winners Hibernian.
The last time these two sides met came in the 2016 SSE Scottish Cup Semi-Final where Hibs were 5-0 winners, thanks to Lizzie Arnot's
Glasgow City continued their unbeaten start by beating Hamilton 1-0. Remarkably, the last team to actually score against City in the league is Hamilton back in May when Joanne Paton, now a City player, scored.
And the only goal of the game came in the 13th minute when Abbi Grant beat
Forfar Farmington marked their return to the top flight with an impressive win over Hamilton Academical.
This was always going to be an intriguing tie with the 2016 SBS SWPL 2 champions facing the 2017 SBS SWPL 2 winners.
The only goal of the game came in the 53rd minute as Robyn
The draw for the 2018 SWPL Cup First Round has been made at Hampden Park. Like last year, the draw was seeded: all the SBS SWPL 1 clubs were seeded with the SBS SWPL 2 sides unseeded. Once the tie had been drawn, a separate draw was made to decide
Spartans and Hamilton Academical played out a goalless draw in which both teams will be disappointed in not taking the win. It was Spartans who started the game the stronger with Elena Santoyo-Brown testing the Accies' keeper Elaine Fleming, but soon the visitors came into the game and Mhairi Lyle
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Hearts caused the shock of the SWPL Cup First Round so far, as they defeated SWPL 1 side Hamilton Academical 3-0 – thanks to a brace from Ashley Carse and a debut goal from Jennifer Dodds. After the game, we spoke to Hearts' Head Coach Andy Enwood.
The win saw Hearts
A two-minute double from Ashley Carse saw SWPL 2 side Hearts knock-out SWPL 1 Hamilton Academical 3-0. After a goalless first half where neither side managed to test the opposition goalkeeper, the game changed in the 57th minute when a defensive mix-up presented Ashley Carse with an empty goal to