It was a warm late-summers morning at Meadowmill which would host a Scottish Cup Quarter-Final between Hibs and Central Girls.
Three goals in the space of five minutes at the start of the second half was enough for Hibs to seal their place in the last four of the Scottish Cup with a win over their opponents from the Forth Valley.
The first chance of the game came for Central with 11 minutes on the clock when Kate Nicholson's free kick from the wide left came off the top of the crossbar and behind for a goal kick.
18 minutes gone, Hibs' Carys Grieve was brought down on the left hand side of the penalty area by a hanging left leg. Amy Hay's initial effort was saved by Central keeper Rebecca Stevenson, but the loose ball fell into Hay's path who gave Hibs the lead with the rebound.
Caley Gibb would then test Stevenson again a few minutes later with a powerful strike from well outside the area, which was gathered at the second time of asking by the keeper.
Hibs had been trying to play out from the back in the early stages, they were almost caught out by Emma Kennedy's interception, but the striker couldn't beat the goalkeeper from inside the area.
On 31 minutes, the referee awarded a free kick just outside the box to the away side for a handball, although the Hibs clearly felt it was harsh. Elvie Mclean stepped up and brought her side back level as her free kick evaded the wall and goalkeeper, a few minutes before the break.