Glasgow City remain top of the SWPL 1, five points clear of nearest rivals Hibernian after a 3-0 victory over Stirling University in Stirling.
Hayley Lauder got City off and running early in the first half, turning home a Nicky Docherty cross, before Haley Rosen made it 2-0 before the break.
It was Rosen's second start for the club after her summer move from the States and she got her first goal after some clever play inside the box gave her the room to shoot past Chloe Logan in the Stirling nets.
After having a first half effort ruled out for offside, midfielder Erin Cuthbert netted her 16th of the season after she brilliantly chested the ball down in the box before volleying into the back of the net to give her side a comfortable win.
Commenting, Head Coach Scott Booth said, "We are pleased with another three points and a clean sheet. Stirling University are a well organised and hard working team. They made it very though for us."
City are back in Stirling next Sunday, this time for the quarter final of the Scottish Cup as they look to continue the defence of their trophy.