Glasgow City kept their treble hopes alive with an eventful 5-2 victory over Raith Rovers to progress into the Scottish Cup final for the second consecutive year.
After a slightly delayed kick-off at Gannochy, it was City who started on the front foot showing their attacking intentions through a long distance strike from Brogan Hay following some good link up play with Olivia Crawford.
It was only 8 minutes before City went ahead and it came at no surprise considering their quick start. An excellent solo goal from Katie Rice as she picked up the ball in centre midfield, eased past a defender and fired a pin point shot into the bottom corner from over 20 yards out.
Glasgow City capitalised on their early domination by adding a second just 2 minutes later. this move starting from Danielle Gallagher at left-back, who played a long channel ball over the defence for the tricky Jemma Marriot to latch onto. Marriot played a great ball across to Chloe Muir who finished off a great team move with a looping shot over the keeper.
As the game settled, Raith began to have more of an influence in possession and their first half chance fell to Michaela McLachlan. After receiving the ball on the edge of the box, she played a quick one-two with captain Rebecca McGowan before flashing the shot wide.
The third and arguably most important goal for City was provided right on the stroke of half-time. Chantelle Knox played a lovely ball wide to Marriot who whipped in a teasing cross for Raith to clear only as far as Monica Anderson. She gained control of the ball and struck a sweet right footed shot into the top corner from 20 yards.