Scotland National Goalkeeper Gemma Fay recently visited Carmyle Primary as part of the schools fun football day.

Unfortunately, due to bad weather, football had to be cancelled but that didn't stop Scotland's most capped women's player attending a question and answer session for the children at the school.

Gemma Fay, Scotland's regular number one attended the school to act as a role model for the women's game.

Posters were given to the school to promote the European Qualifying Match against Israel.

Gemma shared with the children how dedicated she has to be to training, maintaining a healthy diet and how she copes with staying positive and focused before, during and after games for her club and country.

Corrie Campbell, Girls' and Women's club development officer for the Scottish FA, said: "The children asked lots of interesting questions and were keen to find out when she started playing and what support she receives while trying to be a top athlete while holding down a demanding full-time job."