Watch goals as Rangers beat Hearts to lift Women's Scottish Cup at Hampden

Rangers Women are Scottish Cup champions after a comfortable win over Hearts at Hampden.

The Gers lifted the trophy for the first time thanks to a stunner from Rachel McLauchlan and then a Lizzie Arnot finish to help Jo Potter's side to a domestic cup double following their victory over Partick Thistle earlier this season in the Sky Sports Cup. It was an entertaining game at the national stadium just a day removed from when the men's team were beaten by fierce rivals Celtic in the same competition as the Light Blues ended the weekend with something to smile about.

Gers dominated for the most part and were ahead within 25 minutes when McLauchlan picked up the ball 40 yards or so from goal. She took a few touches and leathered a swerving effort into the top right-hand corner of the net beyond the helpless Charlotte Parker-Smith.

Chances were few and far between for the Jambos who did go close when Rangers goalkeeper Victoria Esson was forced to keep out a cross-cum-shot from Carly Girasoli.

The game would be wrapped up not too long later through Arnot who calmly slotted past Parker-Smith into the bottom corner to give Gers the win.