Spartans came from behind to beat Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale (EUHV) but needed a late goal to make the scoreline comfortable.
It was EUHV who took the lead with Krissy Williams converted a cut-back from Macleod.
But Spartans scored the equaliser in the 19th minute after Alana Marshall’s corner was headed in
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
Hearts beat Queen's Park 7-1 to move up to second place in the SWPL 2.
Hearts' goals came from double's from Rachel Walkingshaw and Rebecca Smith with Ashley Carse, Lynsey Anderson and Brogan Anderson also getting on the scoresheet.
Brogan Anderson and Michaela Mcalonie also picked up two assists each.
SWPL 2 Table
Hearts resisted a late fight-back from Jeanfield Swifts to win 2-1 and keep up the pressure on the top two sides in the title race. It was a game where the Jeanfield goal lived a charm existence, with Hearts hitting the woodwork on numerous occasions.
Hearts took the lead in the
A highly controversial refereeing decision saw Hearts move top of the SWPL 2 after beating rivals Hamilton 3-1. Whilst the controversy came when Hearts were in front, it came at the moment in the match where Hamilton looked like equalising.
The first three goals were simple. Hearts took the lead in