Girls from across the East region attended a camp last weekend to learn what it is like to be an elite player.
All girls involved in the Local Authority Area Squad, Advanced Training Centre or the regional performance squads were om attendance.
They spent four days getting coaching from our regional coaches as well as a nutrition and hydration workshop, strength and conditioning workshop and a 'how to build a career in football' workshop.
They also got to spend the day with national team players Lisa Evans, Emma Mitchell and Jane Ross before being able to ask questions on what it is like being an international player.
Sam Milne, Scottish FA girl's and women's football development officer for the region, said: "It was great to see so many talented girls spending the week with us and learning how to be an elite player.
"The girls were all extremely keen to learn and to continue developing their skills into elite players.
"It was also great to see Regional Performance players Holly Napier and Frankie Martin come back to the camp to be involved with the coaching.
"Both girls have been part of the programme for many years now and it's great to see them come back to be role models for the girls in a coaching capacity."