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Scots in 7 heaven.

FOUR goal hero Debbie McWhinnie led Scotland's women a step closer to the World Cup finals with a 7-0 victory over Estonia.

Julie Fleeting bagged another two goals before Claire Smith completed the scoring for the Scots at Sommerset Park.

They face the Czech Republic in three weeks time in Inverness in their next qualifying tie.

Iain Munro is set for a return to football management as boss of Queen's Park.

The Ayr United coach will quit Somerset Park to take charge of the Spiders next season.
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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:The Mirror (London, England)
Date:May 4, 1998
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