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Hampden very much calling as proud Perth High School footballers advance to the Senior Shield final

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‘The High are going to Hampden, the High are going to Hampden’ was ringing out loud and clear in the post-match dressing room celebrations on Monday.Perth High School had just booked their ticket to the national stadium thanks to a 3-1 Senior Shield semi-final triumph over Dunfermline at New Central Park in Kelty.A date with destiny on the hallowed Hampden turf – the very same arena where Scotland stunned Spain this week – is now penned in the diary against Holyrood Secondary School in May.“The final will be played on the pitch at Hampden Park which still feels a little bit surreal,” said PE teacher Ross Robinson.“Very few footballers ever have the chance to step out on that pitch so it will be a very special moment for both the players and myself and the coaching team.“I’m sure a few of them were watching the Scotland team beat Spain on that pitch this week imagining what it will feel like to emulate the national team and some of the legendary players that have played on that pitch and sat in those changing rooms.“They have earned the opportunity to represent themselves on the highest stage of them all.”Monday’s semi-final success was made possible thanks to another impressive team display which saw Kacper Przeslica, Connell Clark and Adam Leese find the back of the net.

The third goal, which wrapped up the win, led to joyous scenes of celebration.“The players have been brilliant this season tactically,” Mr Robinson added. “We have such a versatile squad of fantastic players who know that we can set up in two or three different ways.“The celebrations at the final whistle were incredible and that noise and excitement carried into the changing rooms – lots of singing and dancing about ‘The High going to Hampden!’”The

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