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BROWN TO THE FOUR; WOMEN.

Hot-shot Linda Brown boosted Clyde's title hopes with a four-goal super show yesterday.

Elaine Faulkner also scored in a 5-0 win over Stirling in the Sports Connection Premier Division.

Ayr United went joint top with a 2-1 victory over Cove Rangers. Cecilia Jones and Julie Fleeting got Ayr's goals and Colleen Dick replied for the Allan Park outfit.

Queen of the South had the shock win of the day in the West Section, beating leaders Monklands by 5-1. Sally Hammond hit four goals but Donna Clachrie made sure it wasn't a one-woman show.

East Kilbride chalked up 11 without reply against bottom club Tweeddale Rovers. Scorers were Kelly Darroch (2), Julie Beveridge (2), Diane Skene (2), Martine Law, Fiona Laird, Suzanne Lawns, Helen Smythe, and Shona Martin.

In the East Section, Elgin beat Bonnyrigg Rose 7-1 and Aberdeen Accies went two better, thumping Highland Portland 9-1.

Forfar Farmington made it five victories in eight outings when they defeated GFC St Johnstone 4-1, thanks mainly to a Melanie Scott hat-trick. Tracy Bruce was the other Forfar scorer.
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Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Date:Dec 1, 1997
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