PICTURES: Elgin City women's football team score ten against Dryburgh Athletic in first-ever Borough Briggs match in Scottish Women's League North
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It was a historic day for Elgin City's new women's football team at Borough Briggs on Sunday.
The ladies took on Dryburgh Athletic in their first-ever home match in the Scottish Women's League North - and they marked it in style.
City, managed by former men's team defender and Highland League title-winner Michael Morrison, romped to a 10-1 win.
See sideshow of Daniel Forsyth's photos from the historic match.
The Black and Whites has been scheduled to host Forfar Farmington's development team in their opening home game last month, but their opponents couldn't field a team.
The outcome was similar for City's recent league visit to Dyce, this time there was no referee available.
It was third time lucky for the City women against Dryburgh - from Dundee - and they wasted no time in wrapping up their maiden victory.
Abi Hayes had the honour of scoring Elgin City FC women's first-ever Borough Briggs goal after just three minutes.
Sarah Westwood quickly added two more inside 15 minutes and by half time, both Lauren Docherty and Jess Moore added their own doubles to put City in an impregnable position at the break, seven goals to the good.
Hayes then became the fourth Elgin player to grab two goals in the game and sub Hayley Ross made it 9-0. Charlie Arrowsmith notched the final goal after Dryburgh managed a consolation.