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Caitlin Hayes’ decisive header in the first half secured victory for Elena Sadiku’s dynamic Celtic FC Women team tonight. This win marks their fourth consecutive victory since the post-split fixtures began. Their next challenge comes on Sunday at Celtic Park against Hearts, with a large crowd anticipated.

Starting the split four points behind Rangers, who remained undefeated, Sadiku understood that her team likely needed to win all ten remaining games to clinch Celtic FC Women’s inaugural title this season.

On Sunday afternoon, Celtic FC Women journeyed to Paradise to take on Hearts, securing a vital victory that sees them now two points clear at the summit of the league table, with theRangers looking up at them from below.

Following tonight’s triumph over Hibs and a helping hand from Hearts in the capital, Celtic FC Women have ascended to the top of the league, firmly establishing themselves as the frontrunners in the title race.

The match kicked off with Celtic dominating possession, showcasing their attacking intent and creating promising opportunities. In the 21st minute, Caitlin Hayes broke the deadlock with a well-placed header from a corner. Moments later, Kit Loferski and Tash Flint combined effectively, nearly doubling the lead, only to be denied by a resilient save.

As the game progressed, the visitors began to assert themselves, testing Celtic’s defense with their first shot, expertly thwarted by goalkeeper Kelsey Daugherty. Celtic continued to press forward, with Colette Cavanagh unlucky to see her shot rebound off the crossbar before the halftime whistle.

Unfortunately, Celtic suffered a setback as Amy Gallacher was forced off with an injury at halftime, casting doubt over her availability for Sunday’s crucial match at Celtic Park.



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