Rangers beat Celtic in a women's game for first time

Glasgow City celebrate

Rangers made history by beating Celtic 3-1 - their first win ever in a women's fixture against their Old Firm rivals.

The winners stay third in the Scottish Women's Premier League while Spartans leapfrog Celtic into fourth after the Edinburgh side hammered Kilwinning 6-0.

Leaders Glasgow City and second-top Hibernian, who thrashed Falkirk 11-0, scored 16 goals with no reply.

Sue Lappin's hat-trick helped Glasgow defeat Hamilton City 5-0 and maintain the champions' five-point lead.

Hibs' hat-trick provider was Susan Fairlie in their defeat of the second-bottom Bairns.

Aberdeen edged out Hutchison Vale 2-1, while Aimee Godfrey's hat-tick ensured a win for Forfar Farmington away to Buchan.

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