Hibernian Ladies scored an incredible 13 goals without reply against Forfar Farmington last night at the club’s training centre in the Scottish Women’s Premier League
Siobhan Higgins opened the floodgates for Grant Scott’s team with her first goal for the club.
Rachael Boyle added a second before Hibs were awarded a penalty when Jamie-Lee Napier was brought down by keeper Fiona McNicoll and Siobhan Hunter’s resultant spot-kick was saved.
Hibs made it 3-1 in the 18th minute when Higgins added her second of the night and added a fourth just before the break after Napier beat the offside trap.
Collette Cavanagh’s header in the 46th minute made it 5-0 then moments later Boyle grabbed her second of the night.
After replacing Shannon McGregor Amy Gallacher made it 7-0 with a great effort in the 59th minute with a superb low strike which left the keeper helpless.
Chelsea Cornet made it 8-0 in the 65th minute before substitute Lia Tweedie made it nine from close range.
Napier secured double figures in the 72nd minute then made it a hat-trick after cutting in from the left and curling the ball into the top right corner for the goal of the night.
Napier set up Tweedie to make it 12-0 then the youngster secured her hat-trick five minutes later from close range to complete the memorable victory.
Hibs now face Motherwell in the semi-final of the SSE Scottish Women’s Cup on Sunday.