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
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
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
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
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.
A brace from debutant Nicole Pullar and one from Ruesha Littlejohn saw Celtic beat Rangers 3-0 in the Old Firm.
Celtic took the lead in the 27th minute after Pullar managed to force the ball over the line from a corner.
Pullar scored her second four minutes into the second half, once
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
With the SWPL 1 restarting after the mid-season break, Celtic face a trip to New Tinto Park to play Rangers in the Old Firm derby.
Celtic’s captain, Kelly Clark, was at Hampden Park at the sponsorship announcement and spoke to Tartan Kicks about Celtic’s season as well as the new sponsor.
The SWPL Cup holders Hibernian reached the Semi-Finals after they beat Rangers 5-0 with a highly impressive performance. Hibernian controlled the game from start to finish, never allowing Rangers to find a way back into the game.
They took the lead when Amy Gallacher tapped in Abi Harrison's cross before Harrison