A talented High School of Dundee pupil tackled international football this weekend.
At the age of just 14, centre-back Dino Leddie was the youngest member of the U18 Scotland Independent Schools Football Association side.
They took on England at Stenhousemuir FC’s Ochilview Stadium on Sunday.
The Form Three pupil had been drafted into the squad for the annual fixture after impressing in two previous challenge matches with the Scotland team, as well as for his club side Fife Elite in the Scottish Pro Youth League.
Dino said,: “I’m really pleased to have been selected for the squad.
“It was a big challenge but I was looking forward to the match.”
But Dino, who will be playing at U17 level next season, is hoping to score himself more than just the glory of representing his country as his career develops.
The youngster also has the English Premier League in his sights after recently attending a successful trial with Sunderland FC.
“I was invited down to train with the U15 and U16 sides for three days,” he said.
“But I also got to train with the U18s too and in the end they asked me to come back for more trials and training in six months.
“It was a great experience and a fantastic opportunity as my ultimate goal is to play in the Premier League.”