Hibernian bounced again from the discontentment of lacking out at the treble after they comprehensively beat Glasgow Town to retain the SSE Scottish Ladies’s Cup at Livingston’s Tony Macaroni Enviornment.
Town, who had received via the similar scoreline to notch an 11th successive league name a fortnight previous, slightly mustered a shot on purpose.
The champions did get started the sport at the entrance foot however, not like the primary recreation, Hibs, with captain Joelle Murray and skilled midfielder Lisa Robertson again from suspension, didn’t disintegrate.
That they had already come on the subject of scoring sooner than the season’s most sensible scorer, Abi Harrison, put them forward simply sooner than the period. The Town defence were suffering to deal with set-pieces and the striker hooked the ball house after Lee Alexander may just most effective palm out Siobhan Hunter’s header.
Hibs endured to create probabilities in the second one part and went two up in 81 mins with a surprising purpose. Hunter’s strive on purpose from a free-kick 35 yards out appeared bold however she struck the ball powerfully and completely into the highest a ways nook.
“To start with I questioned what she was once doing,” admitted Hibs head trainer Kevin Milne, “however I knew when it hit the again of the online that was once recreation over. It was once an improbable free-kick.”
That left Town with out a possibility however to take a look at to get a purpose again and with avid gamers driven ahead goalkeeper Alexander was once left uncovered a number of instances. Hibs in the end were given the 3rd close to the top of law time when Harrison supplied the move and vice-captain Rachael Small headed house from shut vary.
“The sensation for me is ecstatic,” added Milne. “I’m tired, particularly after that 2d part. It’s nice to get the cup again at Easter Highway.
“We’ve defended truly smartly. I will be able to’t take into accout Town hitting a shot not off course.”