A DALRY footballer said she enjoyed the "best feeling I've had" in the sport as she captained her childhood club to cup success at the weekend.

Kathryn Hill led her Rangers Women team to Sky Sports Cup glory on Sunday (December 11) in what was the first Scottish women's game to be shown live on Sky Sports.

Goals from Lizzie Arnot and Kirsty Howat sealed a 2-0 win for Rangers against Hibernian at Tynecastle meaning the Glasgow side lifted the trophy for the first time.

Defender Hill, who began her career with Rangers, returned to the club last summer after signing from Durham in the FA Women's Championship and at the time she said she was delighted to rejoin the club she has supported since birth.

Speaking to Rangers TV after Sunday's match, the 28-year-old said: "It's an amazing feeling. We showed from the start that we wanted to win it today.

"The focus all week has been on making sure we got the win and the girls were brilliant.

"Growing up as a Rangers fan that's the moment you dream of.

"I've watched people like Barry Ferguson lifting loads of trophies and when I was a young girl there were points when I didn't think it was possible in the women's game.

"It was the best feeling I've had in football to date."

Rangers are currently second in the Scottish Women's Premier League, two points behind Glasgow City, as they seek to retain the title following their 2021/22 achievement.

And Hill hopes the recent cup success can now inspire the team to more glory in the rest of the season.

She added: "We're going to enjoy this occasion, that feeling at the end of the game when you know you've won is amazing and we want more of that this year, so we've got to use that."