Women’s national team withdraw legal action against SFA

The women's national team was seeking parity with their male counterparts

The captain of the Scottish women’s football team has withdrawn legal action against the Scottish FA following last ditch talks.

Rachel Corsie had been due to represent her national team mates at an employment tribunal over claims of inequality when compared to the men’s squad.

However, on the day the two sides were due to appear, a joint statement was issued, saying the matter has been resolved without the need for proceedings.