St Johnstone moved up to third place in the SBS SWPL 2 after beating Hearts 3-1.
Hearts took the lead in the 17th minute through Jennifer Smith's wonder strike but just before half-time, Laura Dunn equalised through a stunning free-kick.
In the 59 minute, St Johnstone took the lead when Hannah Clark
Motherwell moved up to second after beating Central Girls 3-1.
Central Girls took the lead in the 9th minute through a Motherwell own goal. But eight minutes later, Motherwell equalised after winning a penalty which was converted by Hayley Cunningham.
Then, Kerry Montgomery but the home side with a stunning strike.
Kilmarnock remain top of the SBS SWPL 2 after a highly impressive 1-0 win over Aberdeen.
After a goalless first half, Aberdeen had a chance to take the lead when they won a penalty - however, Megan Reid missed the spot-kick when the Kilmarnock keeper made a stunning save.
But then Kilmarnock
Glasgow City remain top of the table after beating Spartans 4-1.
Abbi Grant took the lead in the 29th minute with her header that found the bottom corner. Seven minutes later, they doubled their lead when Nicola Docherty's cross picked out Grant whose shot hit the post, and Kirsty Howat was
Celtic remained third as they returned to winning ways after beating Forfar Farmington 2-0.
After a goalless first half, Celtic took the lead in the 61st minute when Claire Adams scored her first goal for the club, as she blasted the ball into the top corner from outside the box.
Hibernian kept up their 100% record this season with a win over Rangers, but they were made to work for it.
They took the lead in the 13th minute when Rachel McLauchlan's deflected cross was headed in by Lia Tweedie.
A deflected McLauchlan cross finds its way to the head of Tweedie
In possibly the game of the round, Stirling University beat Central Girls 3-2 in a thrilling game, with the SBS SWPL 1 side needing keeper Chloe Logan to make a series of important saves.
It was Central who took the lead in the 14th minute through Naomi Welch, but soon after
Spartans came from behind to beat Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale (EUHV) but needed a late goal to make the scoreline comfortable.
It was EUHV who took the lead with Krissy Williams converted a cut-back from Macleod.
But Spartans scored the equaliser in the 19th minute after Alana Marshall’s corner was headed in
Rangers progressed to the Quarter-Finals after a late goal saw them beat Motherwell.
Late in the first half, Rangers’ Carla Boyce was booked for simulation after going down in the Motherwell box.
‘Well’s keeper Claire Johnstone had to be alert to keep out a cross that turned into a shot, and then
Four goals from Kirsty Howat helped the most successful club in SWPL Cup history, Glasgow City, beat the inaugural winners of the competition, Kilmarnock.
Howat scored her first ever City goal in the 12th minute when she headed in Abbi Grant’s flick-on from Nicola Docherty’s cross. Grant made it 2-0 just