Tuesday 8th May
FC Kilmarnock 2 v 1 Central Girls FA
Wednesday 9th May
Spartans 0 v 5 Celtic
Stirling University FC 0 v 2 Forfar Farmington FC
Glasgow Girls 2 v 0 Hearts FC
Motherwell FC 6 v 0 Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale
St Johnstone WFC 2 v 0 Aberdeen FC
St Johnstone WFC Assistant Manager John Fettes said:
"We are really looking forward to the match with Aberdeen this evening. The previous game was a very tight affair and I am sure this will be no different.
The players showed great endeavour on Sunday and were very unlucky not to take the three points, from a match which feel we dominated for long periods of time.
Whilst giving Aberdeen the utmost respect, we can only effect our own performance and we will be looking to build on a good showing from Sunday.
I always enjoyed playing in midweek games, there is something special about playing under the flood lights, fingers crossed we get the result this evening."
Stirling University FC Head Coach Barry Rodgers said:
"It's good to have another game coming at us quickly after the weekend. The short turn around brings it's challenges in preparation but we will be ready when the game comes.
We know the dangers Forfar will pose us in the game and we will be looking to show our quality in all areas of the pitch.
I'm looking forward to what will be an exciting game that both teams will be looking to win."
Edinburgh University Hutchison Vale Head Coach Mike Ross said:
"Players gave everything once again tonight. Always was going to be a tough match travelling away midweek to face the top of the league team".
Even this early on it's pretty clear to see it's Motherwell's league to lose with the talent they have brought in to gain promotion. Result aside it was great to play at Fir Park and the staff were fantastic with us".
We also wanted to thank those who came to support the team. We go again this weekend as we travel to Perth".