The Royal National Mod made history on Saturday when the organisers hosted their first female football match.
As day one of the junior competitions commenced in the heart of the city, the Mod hosted their “Super Saturday of Sport” at Glasgow Green.
Hundreds of spectators turned out to support their respective teams as the annual festival got underway.
With the Mod making its return to the city for the first time in 29 years, organisers showed they were moving with the times by arranging the women’s match.
Glasgow City FC under-19s and Lewis and Harris FC under-19 went head to head during the iconic match and the young team from the Western Isles made an incredible start with two early goals, seeing off their opponents with a 3-0 victory.
Adult players also locked horns in the Mod Shinty Cup which celebrated its 50th anniversary this year.
The tournament was first played in the Highlands of Scotland in Aviemore in 1969 with Newtonmore taking home the prize following a 5-2 defeat against Kingussie.
During Saturday’s matches, Glasgow Mid Argyll beat Bute in a tight contest, eventually overcoming their opponents 3-1 on penalties.
Keith Loades, president of the Camanachd Association said: “Shinty has long been recognised as the game of the Gael and so it is particularly appropriate that matches took place at the Mod in Glasgow this weekend.
“There was a great atmosphere when GMA meet Bute on Glasgow Green.”