Forfar Farmington striker Derrian Gollan thought the side were unlucky with their late 2-1 defeat against Rangers on Sunday.
The 16-year-old came on for the last 10 minutes as Forfar looked to grab a late winner but it was the Glasgow side who did, breaking Forfar hearts after a great performance.
Speaking after the game, Gollan said: “I thought we played really well in the first half but although it was a good strike from Nicola Davidson, we were unlucky in the second half.
“We lost it in the last bit of the game, it was unlucky for the girls.”
The striker is playing in her first senior season, having been at under 15 level in 2014, earning call-ups to the Scotland under 16 and under 17 squads. She spent the first couple of months of 2015 at the club’s Second Division development squad, netting in their opening league fixture before moving up to the Premier League squad.
Despite results not going the side’s way of late, Gollan said she is loving being in the team.
She added: “It’s a big move up and it’s more difficult than I thought it was going to be at the start, it’s tough but I’m really enjoying it.”
Derrian recently took part in an under 16s national camp with the east region alongside a number of other Farmington players.
She said: “I really enjoyed the camp, I was quite happy with how I played.”