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24/02/2009  Copyright Pic: James Stewart.File Name : sct_jspa23_scottis_cup.LAURA GRANT AND CARMEN JUDGE STOP TO HAVE A LOOK AT THE HOMECOMING SCOTLAND SCOTTISH CUP IN THE MALL SHOPPING CENTRE, FALKIRK, AS IT CONTINUES IT'S TOUR OF SCOTLAND.....Press Release..... A unique interactive tour to engage primary school children with football and the Homecoming Scottish Cup rolls into town today, Tuesday 24 February 2009 at St Margaret's Primary School in Falkirk.  . .Up to 100 pupils in primaries 5 to 7 at each local school will receive specialist skills and drill training from Scottish Football Association coaches as well as getting the chance to view the Homecoming Scottish Cup trophy itself.. .The school tour takes the form of a giant 'football-shaped' tent, which houses the world's oldest footballing trophy and information about Homecoming Scotland and the Scottish Cup tournament.. .Future football stars will be given soccer skills training ahead of watching their home team, Falkirk, take on Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the quarter finals of the Homecoming Scottish Cup on the weekend of 7 March.. .Falkirk legend Alex Totten, who used to manage the side, will be on hand at St Margaret's Primary School to share his knowledge and experience with the kids and to see the trophy himself.. .All primary schools in Scotland will also be sent education packs to encourage pupils to know more about Homecoming Scotland and to learn more about healthy eating, fitness and playing football as a way to keep fit and have fun.  . .As part of the football celebrations, the tour will then encourage locals in the town centre to get behind their local team, when the cup visits The Mall in Falkirk later in the afternoon.. .The Homecoming Scottish Cup Tour has been designed to engage with Scotland's local communities and spread the message about joining in the celebrations for Homecoming Scotland 2009, a programme comprising over 300 events to celebrate Scotland's culture, heritage and its