A council worker has made history by becoming the first woman to officiate in a match at Ibrox.
Lorraine Clark, from Thornton in Fife, has been a football referee for 10 years and was an assistant in the Rangers versus Berwick Rangers match in Glasgow.
The 27-year-old, an electrical engineer with Fife Council property services, was recently promoted to the Fifa list of referees. She is a regular official at junior games and hopes her performance will eventually lead to a role in the Scottish Premier League.
Ms Clark was running the line in front of 44,976 fans at Ibrox, a little different from the crowd of 200 supporters at the junior match she refereed last weekend.
"I have always loved football and this is everything I have worked and aimed for over the last 10 years," she said.
"My ambition is to work in the SPL and this is hopefully the next step."
The Glasgow side won the Scottish Third Division match 4-2.
Alan Paul, senior manager of property services at Fife Council, said: "We are extremely proud of Lorraine's achievements in football, especially as it is predominantly a male sport.
"She has managed to juggle the demands of her job as an electrical engineer in property services, working on sustainability projects for schools and care homes, while undertaking her duties as a referee.
"We see her out running at lunchtimes and she's an inspiration to us all to do more. She started as an apprentice with us and excelled in that to become apprentice of the year. I'm sure she'll carry out her role with the SFA with the same integrity and determination."