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If the past is indeed a foreign country where they do things differently, nowhere is it most evident than in the world of women’s football.
By MATTHEW LINDSAY
CELTIC showed ‘what they are all about’ according to full-back Alastair Johnston after the champions dug deep with 10 men to overcome a potential banana skin against Livingston.
The defender admits she was tormented by the failure to qualify for the tournament in Australia and New Zealand.
Hibernian head coach Nick Montgomery marked his home debut with a win as goals from Lewis Miller and Dylan Vente saw off St Johnstone 2-0.
Zak Rudden scored a late equaliser for Dundee to secure a point against Kilmarnock.