The Scottish Women's Football (SWF) announced that Motherwell's opening day win over Kilmarnock has now been determined as a 3-0 win to Kilmarnock. According to the statement released on the SWF website, they were "advised by the Perform and Win Committee that they had considered a complaint" regarding the match
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
Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale Spoil Champions Party
The recently crowned SBS SWPL 2 champions Forfar Farmington travelled down to the capital to take on Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale (EUHV) picked up an impressive win to keep up the pressure on the teams above them.
EUHV took the lead in the 11th minute