The SWPL Cup holders Hibernian reached the Quarter-Finals after overcoming a superb defensive performance by Hearts.
Hibs, who have been sufferring from an injury crisis, had the majority of the possession and chances but for the large part of the game failed to unlock Hearts’ defence. And when they looked like
A late Chelsie Watson penalty saw Rangers pick up a 2-1 win over Spartans after a pulsating tie at Ainslie Park.
It was the home side who had the better of the early exchanges with Zoe Johnstone shooting over in the opening minute and later, Michelle Russell firing into the side-netting.
Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale (EUHV) and Hearts began their 2018 SBS SWPL 2 season with an entertaining 1-1 draw in a game that saw a penalty awarded and both sides having a goal disallowed. The game was exciting enough to warm up the spectators despite the freezing temperatures.
It was the
Shelley Kerr's first game in charge of Scotland ended in an impressive 3-0 win over Hungary in Budapest. Lana Clelland opened the scoring with a clever flicked finish, before Claire Emslie scored her first ever goal for Scotland in her third cap with a wonder strike.
Despite dominating the rest of
Hat-tricks from Katey Turner and Lisa Robertson saw Hibernian progress to the Semi-Finals of the SSE Scottish Women's Cup as they beat Glasgow Girls 9-0. It was Robertson who opened the scoring for the holders in the fifth minute before Emma Brownlie headed in the second goal for the holders.
Braces from Abi Harrison and Joelle Murray in the first half helped Hibernian defeat Celtic 5-0 in the SSE Scottish Cup Third Round. Playing their first game since the Champions League Qualifying Group, Hibernian returned to domestic football quickly, with Harrison opening the scoring in the 8th minute with a
There was a moment of history as Stirling University battled to a goalless draw against Glasgow City, the first time they had picked up a point against City. It was a game which was dominated by City, with Stirling having to wait until second-half stoppage time to have their only
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
Louise McDaniel's late-goal saw Northern Ireland pick up a historic draw against Scotland, and puts Scotland's hopes of qualifying for the Semi-Finals hanging by a thread.
The first half was a goalless affair but with plenty of chances, most notably Scotland's Kirsty Hanson who shot over after a clever passing move.
A second-half goal from Niamh Johnston saw Motherwell beat Hearts 2-1 as the SWPL 2 returned after the mid-season break. Third-paced Hearts entertained the second-placed Motherwell, with both teams needing to win if they were to keep a title challenge alive.
Motherwell had the better start to the game but it