A DYNAMIC sporting duo are representing the Old Firm in a prestigious national youth squad.

Port Glasgow High School pupils Stephanie Knox and Chloe Logan have been selected for the Scotland under-15s team.

Right-back Stephanie, 14, from Inverkip, plays for Rangers Ladies under-17s.

Goalkeeper Chloe, 13, from Port Glasgow, plays for Celtic under-14s - but supports Rangers.

The girls were selected following perfect performances at a national camp in East Kilbride last year and found out they would be in the squad last month.

Stephanie said: "I've always wanted to play for Scotland, but never thought it would actually happen.

"When I found out I was really surprised and very pleased." The talented teenager was the first girl to be taken on by Rangers and made her way into the Elite centre when she was 10. She now trains at the Rangers' training ground at Murray Park three nights a week and is playing in her first season with the under-17 ladies.

Chloe started playing as part of a boys' team when she was nine and was selected for Celtic under-14s a year ago.

The teenager started out as a midfielder but soon found she had a natural talent for playing in goal.

Despite being a Rangers fan, she decided to take on the role of goalie for her rival team - and is delighted she is now playing for the national side.

She said: "I still support Rangers but don't take it into my game on the pitch. I always play as if I'm a Celtic fan.

"Stephanie and I have a laugh and a joke about it but it's just friendly rivalry." The girls played for Scotland against Wales on Tuesday 3 November, winning 3-0 and again on Thursday 5 November, when they won 2-0.

They will be in action again in April, when the squad travel to Germany.