A comeback victory in the shadow of Hampden gave Falkirk Community Foundation girls the Scottish Cup.
The girls went 1-0 down to Hearts in Saturday morning’s final and trailed to Naomi Welsh’s strike where she scooped the ball into the net under the challenge of Lindsey Blues.
Falkirk had chances, particularly through Chelsea McEachern, but couldn’t find a first-half goal.
After the break and a talk from coaches and head of girls football Ian Dibdin, the FCFF decamped in Heart’s defensive area and applied constant pressure.
It finally told with a quick-fire double, McEachern following up the equaliser with an excellent breakaway and composed finish to set the Bairns on their way to a third trophy.
Leah Eddie thumped a third in to settle the nerves and seal the win, but Falkirk also required goalkeeper Claire Whittaker to make a brave double save and keep the Bairns ahead.
The FCFF girls have already secured the League Cup with a win over Motherwell at Ochilview during the summer, and the league title.