Glasgow City safely made it through to the SSE Scottish Cup Final with a 5-0 victory over Forfar Farmington at Forthbank Stadium.
City, just back from a long trip to Kazakhstan showed few signs of their travel exertions and tough midweek Champions League match as Noelle Murray opened the scoring after just 3 minutes on the clock.
It was the perfect start for the Glasgow side and they extended their lead before the break when Keeva Keenan headed home a Leanne Ross free kick.
In the second half, substitute Abbi Grant made it 3-0 with a good left foot strike and Joanne Paton dusted herself down from being felled in the penalty box to take the resultant spot kick to make it 4-0 with 6 minutes remaining.
In stoppage time, Megan Foley scored her second goal within a week for the club with a powerful right foot shot.
City will meet either Hibernian or Rangers in the final, but for now all attention turns to Thursday night’s Champions League return fixture against BIIK-Kazygurt as City hope to overturn a 3-0 first leg defeat and put in a performance to remember at Petershill Park. The match is a 7.30pm kick and tickets are available at www.glasgowcityfc.co.uk