Tiwi Daramola was the hero for Scotland as the U18's school team came away with an impressive 2-0 victory away from home against Wales.
The number nine caused two goals within four minutes to give Scotland their first victory of the Centenary Shield tournament. Cavin Williams got one back for Wales late on but the visitors manged to hold on and secure a maiden win of the campaign.
Scotland came into their final match of the tournament looking for their first win, after draws with the Republic of Ireland and defeats to Northern Ireland and England. If Wales were able to get a victory on home soil they would give themselves a chance of taking the shield off current champions Northern Ireland.
It was all Wales early on, with Telor Williams bombarding the Scotland box with crosses from the left. The away side had their chances too. Captain Jack Hodge came close from distance before Finlay Robertson tried his luck.
Hodge then went close again just after the 20 minute mark, seeing his shot saved by Welsh stopper Eric Green at the near post. The Scots were pressing harder for a breakthrough and they got one on the 26th minute.
Daramola got in behind the Welsh defence and put his shot neatly in the bottom corner to give the visitors the advantage. He contributed to the second four minutes later, his shot being deflected into the net by the Welsh defence.