Three Celts in TOTW, but Bates stand-out performer

Here's who made my team of the week...

Emily Mutch (Motherwell) - Aberdeen manager Clinton Lancaster made reference that Emily Mutch's hands would be freezing in the second half given she had very little to do. That speaks volumes. Another clean sheet, though, is a massive boost for the young shotstopper. Three wins in a row for Motherwell, just one goal conceded, that makes for very decent reading.

Emma Brownlie (Hearts) - The ever-reliable Emma Brownlie was a key cog in Hearts keeping another clean sheet at the weekend. While she wasn't too troubled defensively, she made her usual jaunts up the park and had an impact at both ends.

Caitlin Hayes (Celtic) - Another Rolls Royce of a performance from Caitlin Hayes. Take her goal out of the equation, she would still be in this team for her calmness and control throughout the game. Some of her touches in her own box were frightening, when others would just lump it up the park. Her tussle with Fiona Brown was interesting too, and she certainly won that one.

Kathy Hill (Rangers) - For her passionate celebration alone, Kathy Hill is here. The former skipper still exudes all the qualities of a Rangers captain and she took matters into her own hands grabbing a potentially pivotal winner late on against Hibs.

Laura Berry (Motherwell) - It should be of no surprise to anyone that Laura Berry is banging in the goals for Motherwell, with another brace against Aberdeen. What a talent. Her movement and desire to be in the right place at the right time is astonishing and getting crucial game-time under her belt is doing wonders for her development.

Hannah Jordan (Spartans) - This has really been a coming-of-age season for Hannah Jordan. She's operating as one of the senior figures in the Spartans midfield and was once again pulling the strings in Sunday's big win against Dundee United. The responsibility being placed on her certainly seems to bring out her best.

Colette Cavanagh (Celtic) - Leanne Ross noted post-match that City showed no bravery in their defeat to Celtic. Nobody would be able to say that about Colette Cavanagh. The midfielder, despite not grabbing a goal, was at the heart of Celtic's hunger and attack in another impressive showing in a big game.

Holly Daniel (Montrose) - In the first half at Links Park, Holly Daniel was near unplayable for Montrose. She had Accies Freya Macdonald in all sorts of bother. That's nine points from nine for Montrose in March, and Daniel has fair played her part in that.

Jess Husband (Hearts) - Just 16. Sixteen. Last week. Born in 2008. How!? Jess Husband did not look out of place, though, on her first start for Hearts. Her enthusiasm was palpable and she had the number of the usually impressive Emma Lawton throughout the affair. Her assist for Danni Findlay's opener was divine. I'm going to stick my neck out on the line and suggest it won't be her last in a maroon shirt...

Natasha Flint (Celtic) - The on-loan Liverpool striker is everything Glasgow City don't have with Brenna Lovera out injured. Natasha Flint bullied Meikayla Moore at Petershill Park, using her strength, pace and intelligence to leave the City defender in spin. Her first-touch at times was a thing of beauty and a joy to watch. She really could prove the difference in the destination of the league trophy.

Mya Bates (Spartans) - Let loose against Dundee United, 18-year-old Mya Bates showed what she's all about, contributing to all four goals. That's all that needs said. In the individual performance of the weekend, her place is well and truly deserved in this team.

Amy Canavan's team of the week