Last week Peterhead FC boss Jim McInally and general manager Nat Porter treated the kids of Clerkhill to an afternoon with the League Two trophy.
Following on from the success of their visit to nearby Dales Park school, the Blue Toon bosses took the silverware with them on their coaching course.
Jim McInally said: “The aim of this whole thing is to try and get the kids involved in the football club and get them to recognise that we’re there and that they can come along and support us.
“A lot of the kids support bigger teams, this is about letting them know we’re on their doorstep even if they want to call us there ‘small’ team.
“We’ve had a great response from the schools, especially now we’re got the trophy.
“But i think they’re more interested in the trophy than me and Nat.”
Clerkhill is the second school to be visited by Peterhead FC since they were crowned League Two champions.
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