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
As Scotland's Euro 2017 adventure comes to an end, there is another one about to start as Scotland's Under-19s travel to Northern Ireland for the 2017 UEFA Women's Under-19 European Championship.
Scotland qualified for the finals after topping their Elite Qualifying Group as they even overcame a terrible decision from UEFA
Featured Image: Dominic Flaherty - Scotland in the Qualifying Round
Gareth Evans has announced Scotland Under-19s squad that will take part in the 2017 UEFA Women's Under-19 Championship Elite Round qualifiers in April.
The games, hosted by the Republic of Ireland, will see Scotland take on Ireland, Finland and Ukraine.
The biggest talking
Hibernian climbed to the top of the SWPL 1 table after a comprehensive 6-0 win over Aberdeen, but in truth, they were frustrated in the first half by an Aberdeen side that was set up with a disciplined 4-5-1 formation. Playing their first game at Ainslie Park since Hibs moved
Football can be a strange sport sometimes. As I write this, it is weird to be feeling more positive than negative about a Hibernian side, just beaten 6-0 by Bayern München. There is no way of saying that losing 6-0 is good, but you have to look at where Hibernian
Hibs Outlassed By Bayern, But Leave Easter Road With Pride
Hibernian's return to the European stage may have ended badly in terms of the scoreline, however, they can be proud of the game in terms of their spirit and how they put themselves around. Bayern München's superiority in both terms of
Hibernian was made to work hard for all three points by a hard-working Stirling University side, before running out 5-0 winners at Easter Road. Playing at Easter Road in preparation for their Champions League tie, it was Stirling who seemed more at home on the pitch, not giving the home
An inspired Fiona Brown helped Glasgow City laid down a title marker as they beat their rivals Hibernian 2-0. The game was heavily anticipated since the start of the season as these are the two sides expected to fight for the SWPL 1 title. And perhaps that explained why the
A dominant performance from Hibernian Ladies saw them start their 2016 SWPL season with a 3-1 win over Rangers Ladies. Hibs controlled the game, dominating the stats, and scored their three goals in the first half. Abigail Harrison's powerful strike from the edge of the box saw Hibs take the