Glasgow City will meet Spartans in the Scottish Cup Final after a comfortable 4-0 victory over Hibs at Ravenscraig.

Goals from Suzanne Lappin (2), Morgan Marlborough and Susan Fairlie kept the holders on course for an incredible THIRD treble in a row and their 11th successive domestic trophy as they showed no signs of tiredness following their extra-time Champions League win midweek.

City took the lead after 10 minutes when all-time club top goalscorer Lappin netted from the edge of the box.

Eddie Wolecki Black's side made it 2-0 when full-back Emma Black cut inside and fired a well hit shot, which came back off the post. Marlborough reacted quickest and fired the rebound into the net.

If City dominated the first half, they controlled the second half with even greater poise. Excellent play from Nicky Docherty brought out a fine save from Hibs keeper Hannah Reid and HIbs survived again when a Marlborough shot came back off the post.

It seemed only a matter of time before the third goal and it duly arrived on 67 minutes when Lappin headed home her second of the game. City then made it 4-0 when Susan Fairlie finished well into the bottom corner in injury-time.

Black said: "When you play a semi-final you expect it to be quite tight but, as the scoreline shows, we were pretty convincing. Especially pleasing was our game management and how well we passed the ball and we are delighted to be in another final."

Spartans came back from a goal down to defeat Aberdeen 4-1 and will face City on Sunday, November 16, at Broadwood Stadium, Cumbernauld (2pm).

TONIGHT: Barclays Premier League: West Brom v Man Utd (8.0).