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It was likely to be the quickest goal of the weekend if not in the history of Scottish women's football.
Only 14 seconds were on the clock when Kim Campbell raced clear to put her Stranraer side a goal up against Hamilton Accies Reserves last Sunday afternoon.
The 28-year-old said: "It was a dream start and it's something we've worked on in training. We just took kick off and I sprinted up the wing. Thankfully, the pass was good and I managed to keep my cool and score."
It was Campbell's second goal of the season and helped Stranraer to open up a two-goal lead with Nikki Agnew also scoring.
The winger said: "I don't score as many as I would like but I was delighted to hit the target. Hopefully, that will start me off on a wee run and I can grab a few more."
Hamilton would come back to win the game 5-2 as Stranraer were forced into two changes after injuries early in the second half.
Campbell said: "We've got a small squad but we all give her all. We might have lost but it was a great result for us and shows we are heading in the right direction."
(Scottish Women's Football)
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