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Stirling school girls make history with stunning Scottish Cup win

The senior girls at Wallace High School are in dreamland after their historic Scottish Cup victory at Hampden made it a season to remember.

The Stirling school’s under-18s defeated St Ninian’s High from Giffnock in the end-of-season showpiece on Thursday night – the first time it had been hosted at the national stadium.

An injury time winner from Beth Watson – scored straight from a corner – gave Wallace High a 1-0 victory as captain Sophie Timlin proudly lifted the Scottish Schools’ Football Association Shield high above her head.

Hundreds of fans from the Stirling community, including parents, carers, friends and family, celebrated as the girls went undefeated in an ‘Invincible’ season that also saw them win their local league and League Cup competitions.

Head coach Rachel Whillans is principal teacher at Wallace High’s School of Sport, which was launched in November 2012 and now supports its pupils’ potential in football, rugby, swimming, dance and basketball.

She said: “I am honoured to coach a group of girls who have made me so proud and embody everything that’s great about our school. They are a credit to themselves and their families and we’re absolutely delighted to have brought girls’ football to the national stage at Hampden.

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“Many of the girls were part of our under-15 squad who lost out narrowly in the final last season at Alloa and they have shown character and resilience to bounce back in such style against an excellent St Ninian’s side. Both teams contributed so much to a fabulous occasion.

“We played seven tough games and came through two penalty shoot-outs to win the trophy and every single member of the squad has played their part. I couldn’t