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
In the clash between the two promoted sides, Kilmarnock beat Central Girls 2-1.
The visitors took the lead with a header in the 24th minute, but Central equalised two minutes into the second half through Abby Callaghan.
But Kilmarnock would secure all three points with a Chloe Ponton free-kick to pick up
Hearts moved up to second place with a win over bottom-placed Glasgow Girls.
For the second week in a row, Hearts opened the scoring through a Danielle Pagliarulo penalty.
Their second goal came from Sharon Lee as the Edinburgh side secured their first win of the season.
Aberdeen's first game in their new stadium ended in a defeat to St Johnstone.
Aberdeen had come into the game leading the table whilst St Johnstone had lost their opening day match.
But a first-half goal from Hannah Clark and a second-half goal from Ellie-May Cowie meant that St Johnstone picked up
Motherwell are top of the SBS SWPL 2 after an extraordinary first half of football, showing exactly why they are one of the favourites for the title.
They took the lead in the sixth minute when a free-kick found Suzanne Mulvey and she made no mistake from close range. Their second
Arguably the result of the day, newly-promoted Central Girls began life in the SWPL 2 with a 3-1 win over St Johnstone.
All of Central's goals came in the first half with Kim McAlpine getting a brace.
St Johnstone did manage to pull a goal back in the 65th minute as Rachel
Motherwell needed a late free-kick from Hayley Cunningham to begin their season with a 2-1 win over newly-promoted Kilmarnock in what was an entertaining game.
Motherwell took the lead when a free-kick was headed in by a Kilmarnock defender, and they had a goal ruled out for offside soon after.