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
Spartans and Hamilton Academical played out a goalless draw in which both teams will be disappointed in not taking the win. It was Spartans who started the game the stronger with Elena Santoyo-Brown testing the Accies' keeper Elaine Fleming, but soon the visitors came into the game and Mhairi Lyle
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
Louise Mason's 69th-minute goal proved to be the difference between Spartans and Rangers at Ainslie Park. It was a game that only really sparked into life with the goal when Mason's speculative shot beat the Rangers' keeper Claire Johnstone.
The win sees Spartans make it three SWPL 1 wins in a
Celtic Women's first ever match at Celtic Park saw them beat their rivals Rangers 5-1 to return to the top of the SWPL 1 table.
It was Celtic who had the first real chance when Christie Murray's free-kick was saved by Rangers' keeper Claire Johnstone and Chloe Craig fired the rebound
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