Aberdeen Ladies 7 Forfar Farmington 2
Dempster (5) Dunbar
Forfar Farmington travelled up to Heathryfold Park in Aberdeen on Sunday to play Aberdeen Ladies in the Scottish Women’s Premier League, unfortunately losing 7-2.
Aberdeen took the lead in the 6th minute when Cassie Cowper headed home but Farmington equalised two minutes later through striker Amy Gallacher after poor defending by the home side.
The Dons hit the bar twice in the ten minutes after the equaliser as they pushed to retake the lead.
Rebecca Dempster put them back in front after 27 minutes and then for the third time in the 37th minute after Lindsay Dunbar equalised for the visitors again with her first goal of the season in between both Dempster goals.
In the second half Dempster grabbed another quickfire double with around twenty minutes to go to make it 5-2 to Aberdeen and four for her for the day.
With ten minutes to go she scored her fifth and Aberdeen’s sixth before Hermans scored the seventh in injury time, the scoreline flattering the Dons with the visitors putting in a determined performance.
Farmington are still in eleventh position with two points from seven games and now look to next week when they take on strugglers Hutchison Vale at Station Park.