Glasgow City 0-5 Rangers | The Shape of Things to Come?

By Chris Marshall (@mershdoes) Even with the game out of sight the word shape remained prevalent on Rangers Head Coach Malky Thomson's lips. It has been a familiar cry to those who had already seen the Light Blues in action this season, a foundation on which Rangers have built what can now be seen as …

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UWCL Review: Glasgow City v Peamount United

By Chris Marshall (@mershdoes) As the steel drums of the UEFA Women’s Champions League wondered quite how they ended up reverberating around an empty Broadwood on a sharp November evening so began the recommencent of Glasgow CIty’s latest European campaign. The sound of silence in North Lanarkshire seemed particularly stark 370 days since City last …

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The First Look: Hamilton Academical

Campbell Finlayson (@campbell6_2) gets a first look in the flesh of an Accies side tipped by many for promotion as they faced Glasgow Women at the FOYS Stadium. Having finished as runners up to Hearts in a tight SWP2 title race last year, Hamilton Accies are many people’s favourites to win this year’s title and …

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SWPL Sunday Review: Winning Big

Chris Marshall (@mershdoes) covers the events of the weekend as Glasgow City return to the top and Aberdeen continued their free-scoring start to the season.  SWPL1 - The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same There has been a lot of talk about the investment both halves of the Old Firm have made …

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Women’s Football Around the World: Atlético de Madrid Femenino

We spend a lot of time on Leading the Line talking about fan experience with the desire to increase support and coverage of women's football becoming heightened as a new Scottish season starts to emerge on the horizon. With that in mind editor, Chris Marshall, used a December trip to Madrid to see how things …

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At the Games: Hearts v Partick Thistle

Hearts secured the Scottish Building Society SWPL2 title and promotion after a hard fought 3-0 victory against Partick Thistle in front of a league record crowd of 1,050 at Tynecastle Park. The league leaders going into the last round of fixtures knew that a point would be sufficient to seal the title and promotion to …

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SWFL1 – South – Queen’s Park 4-4 Hibernian 23’s

Queen’s Park secured promotion to next season’s Scottish Building Society SWPL2 in dramatic fashion as two injury time goals sealed a 4-4 draw at home to Hibernian 23s and the point they required in what was an incident packed final day in the SWFL1 - South promotion race. Queen’s came into the game knowing that …

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SWPL2 – Glasgow Girls 0-5 Hamilton Academical

Hamilton Academical kept themselves in the hunt for the Scottish Building Society SWPL2 title with an emphatic 5-0 victory over an off-colour Glasgow Girls at Petershill Park. The visitors had made three changes from the side that had disappointed so greatly against Partick Thistle last week with Ellie Kane, Nichola Sturrock and Megan Quinn all …

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SWPL1 – Glasgow City 8-1 Stirling University

Glasgow City continued their march to the Scottish Building Society SWPL1 title with a comfortable 8-1 win over bottom of the table Stirling University. City made three changes following their 4-1 midweek Champion’s League victory over Russian side FC Chertanovo with Erin Clachers, Carly Girasoli and Megan Foley coming in for Lee Alexander, Nicola Docherty …

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LTL At the Games: SWPL 1 Hibernian 3-0 Celtic

Hibernian leapfrogged rivals Celtic in the race for second after what turned into a comfortable 3-0 win at Ainslie Park thanks to goals from Jamie-Lee Napier, Rachel Boyle and Shannon Leishman. Both sides came into the game on the back of contrasting cup fortunes but with only three points separating the sides in the league …

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