Glasgow City ease to away victory against second-placed Hibernian
Glasgow City moved six points clear at the top of the Scottish Women's Premier League and remain the only side with a 100% record after defeating Hibs 4-0.
Third-placed Rangers defeated Hutchison Vale 3-0 and Celtic's 4-2 victory over Forfar kept them in fourth spot.
Spartans got their second win in three days by beating Aberdeen 3-2.
Kilwinning recorded their first points of the season in a 5-4 win over relegation rivals Falkirk. Buchan also triumphed 5-4 against Hamilton Accies.
Glasgow City's Suzanne Lappin broke the deadlock at second-placed Hibs in the first half, closely followed by a Leanne Ross penalty to put the reigning champions 2-0 ahead at the break.
Further goals for City came through Sarah Crilly and Leanne Crichton to round off an excellent day for the league leaders.
City head coach Eddie Wolecki Black said: "We are obviously very happy with the result and I have to say that Hibs are as good a team as we have played against this season.
"I was really delighted for Sarah Crilly to get the third goal. She took it very well and getting a third killed the game.
"Leanne Crichton was very composed with the fourth to round off a very good day for us and a massive well done to all the players."