The 18th of September 2019 will not matter much to the average person, but for Lucy Ronald and Lucy Sinclair it will be a day that they will never forget.
The two have been almost inseperable for the past few years, having come up through the development squads of Glasgow City, and on Wednesday night the two made their well earned first team debuts for the SWPL Champions.
The two came on as substitutes in City's 2-0 win away to Rangers, with Ronald coming agonisingly close to getting on the scoresheet, only to see her chipped effort cleared off the line.
City Head Coach Scott Booth was suitably impressed with how his young players performed on the night. "I thought Lucy [Ronald] went into that midfield area, looked composed on the ball, made passes, worked hard and defended at times for us as well.
"Sincy [Sinclair] came on at the end as a striker and I think as well as giving a lot, she gave maximum effort, she learnt a lot as well in that shrt space of time.
"I'm just a little bit disappointed that Lucy Ronald didn't actually score that goal! I think we were all on our feet in the dugout wishing that ball into the net but it wasn't quite there."
Congratulations to both on their debuts and we look forward to seeing how they will impact the women's game in the future.