Eight teams of P5-7 pupils from across four primaries attended the Wallace Cluster Football Competition at Raploch Community Campus.

Around 65 boys and girls took part with the winners and the runners-up being offered the chance to play at half-time at the next Stirling Albion match next season.

The event was ran by Active Schools with the help and support of Ross Paterson PE specialist, Paul Doherty PT from Fallin with teacher and parent volunteers from across the cluster.

It was a great night with Fallin PS winning overall and the two Riverside teams coming down to penalties to decide who was runner-up.

Paul Doherty said: "I run the after school football club at Fallin PS along with Roy McCallum who is a parent volunteer.

"I wanted to re-establish a tradition in Fallin, to make football part of the school and community.

"I train P1-2 on a Monday evening and P3-4 on a Tuesday evening.

"It is great to see the pupils and players develop life skills through the sport.

"From promoting team skills to cooperation, from resilience to loyalty. It allows the players, who come from a variety of backgrounds, to aspire and flourish."

David Scott, a pupil at Fallin, added: "It's been lots of fun playing with the team, this is our fifth tournament unbeaten."