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.
The early kick-off in the SBS SWPL 1 produced a huge result for the visitors as Stirling picked up their first point under Barry Rodgers.
The two goals came within the opening five minutes in a start you would not want to miss. It was Stirling who took the lead through
Hibernian defeated Forfar Farmington 2-0 but for the second successive game, they were made to work for it. Like last week's win over Spartans, the first half ended goalless.
But in the 53rd minute, Hibernian took the lead through Amy Gallacher who joined the Edinburgh side from Forfar last season.
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.
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
Glasgow City started their defence to their SBS SWPL 1 title with a highly impressive 6-0 win over Stirling University.
Seven minutes in, City took the lead through Abbi Grant who found the far corner with a driven shot.
Jo Love doubled their lead before Hayley Lauder managed to round the keeper
In the Edinburgh Derby in the SBS SWPL 1, Hibernian beat Spartans 3-0 with all the goals coming in the second half, after the first half ended goalless despite both sides creating good chances.
Katey Turner came on at half-time and it was her who opened the scoring when she volleyed
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