Scotland Women U-23s beat Panama

Abi Harrison scored the first goal for Scotland's new WU23s.
Abi Harrison scored the first goal for Scotland’s new WU23’s side. (Alex Todd/SPP)

Scotland Women’s U-23s beat their Panama counterparts 2-0 in an international friendly played at Estadio Municipal de Chapín, Jerez, in Spain.

The opening goal came on the half-hour mark, Kirsty Smith’s low drive turned in from close range by Abi Harrison.

Jenna Clark doubled the advantage on 58 minutes, firing home at the back-post from captain Erin Cuthbert’s corner.

Eartha Cumings tipped a long-range strike form Lineth Cedeno over the bar, with Panama keeper Yenith Bailey twice denying Cuthbert in a similar fashion.

Lionesses presented with Just A Ball Game? award

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