As Scotland's Euro 2017 adventure comes to an end, there is another one about to start as Scotland's Under-19s travel to Northern Ireland for the 2017 UEFA Women's Under-19 European Championship.
Scotland qualified for the finals after topping their Elite Qualifying Group as they even overcame a terrible decision from UEFA
Celtic picked up a crucial 2-0 win over Stirling University as they kept the gap to second place to seven points. Earlier in the season, Stirling had picked up a shock 2-1 win and like that game, all the goals came in the second half.
The home side started well, and
Two late goals from Stirling University saw them beat Celtic for the first time ever to pick up their first points of the season. After a goalless first half where Celtic had perhaps the better chances, it looked like there would be no goals until the 86th minute when Suzanne
Celtic Women's first ever match at Celtic Park saw them beat their rivals Rangers 5-1 to return to the top of the SWPL 1 table.
It was Celtic who had the first real chance when Christie Murray's free-kick was saved by Rangers' keeper Claire Johnstone and Chloe Craig fired the rebound