With the international scene taking centre stage this past week, 360 Sports clients have been busy – with two young stars making their mark on the big stage for Scotland.
Aidan McAdams and Callum Smith were both called up by Scotland under-19’s boss Donald Park for the double-header against Luxembourg and Armenia. Smith started both clashes as the Scots began with an impressive 3-1 victory over Luxembourg in Hesperange.
McAdams also played his part in the 3-3 draw with Armenia after missing out on a starting berth against Claude Campos’s young Red Lions.
Meanwhile, Falkirk’s development squad benefited from Lewis Kidd’s stunning free-kick opener as the Bairns youngsters went on to cruise past Partick Thistle 4-1 in their Development League outing.
Elsewhere, Albion Rovers striker Connor Shields continued to impress despite his side going down 2-0 at home to League One rivals Alloa Athletic.
Seb Ross also bagged himself a goal for Aberdeen under-20’s against Dundee United as the Dons sailed past the young Terrors with a 3-1 win recently. The goal maintained Seb’s position as the top goalscorer with seven for the season.