Two of Moray’s local armed forces renewed their rivalry as they competed in a hard-fought football match.
Teams from the Kinloss-based 39 Engineer Regiment and RAF Lossiemouth took part in a friendly in honour of Remembrance Sunday.
After a close game that finished 1-1, RAF Lossiemouth triumphed on penalties.
Played at Borough Briggs, the home of Elgin City, the game kicked off at 5pm, and to commemorate those who died in the First World War and other conflicts since then, it was preceded by a short wreath-laying ceremony and a two-minute silence.
The teams previously met a few years ago with the 39 Engineer Regiment claiming victory in a competitive and keenly contested game.
Members of the public were invited to lend their support to the rematch.
Staff Sergeant Walker, of the 39 Engineer Regiment, who has been organising the game, was happy to bring both forces together to play football and support a worthy cause.
“I am delighted the RAF have been so supportive. It is a poignant time of year remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country, especially poignant this year.”