A CHARITY football match took place at Vale of Leven's Millburn Park on Sunday to raise money for the continued efforts to find missing Alexandria mum Lisa Brown.

And despite the inclement weather everyone had a ball, with an impressive £2104 for the ongoing campaign.

Lisa's sister Helen Jordan issued a statement via social media which said: "A massive thank you to everyone who turned up in the rain (again) to support us in our fight to receive justice for Lisa.

"There is so many people that helped us to make today possible and we couldn't name you all but you have our deepest gratitude."

Organisers would like to thank all the players who took part, the match officials, supporters and those who organised the buffet afterwards at the Station Bar.

Helen continued: "A huge thanks to all the players, you were amazing, the refs and Tommy Graham and Sean Lavery, Callum McCrorie for the buffet and Shona for hosting.

"And thanks to everyone who donated prizes and everyone who bought tickets.

"We are truly grateful and are so lucky to have many great friends who have stood beside us throughout this nightmare. Thanks again. We raised a grand total of £2,104."

Lisa, 32, was reported missing by her partner in November 2015 after failing to collect their son from school in the Spanish region of Andalusia, near to the border with Gibraltar.

Since then, a group of family and friends have continued the search for Lisa, with the case being raised at Prime Minister's Question Time, and recently featured in a TV documentary on Spanish TV channel La Sexta.

The 'Find Lisa' group had already raised nearly £7,400 via a crowdfunding page to aid in their efforts.

Earlier this year The Reporter told how family members and friends of Lisa climbed Ben Lomond in her honour.

The fundraising event helped raise vital funds to put towards a reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Lisa.

The former Our Lady and St Patrick's High pupil's disappearance has been a mystery to Spanish police, with diggers and police officers called to search a property in Guadiaro, on the Costa del Sol, back in February.

In 2016, Lisa's family also put up a £6,500 reward for any information leading to her discovery.

The mystery of what happened to Lisa has been kept in the spotlight by her family and her disappearance was even raised during Prime Minister’s Question Time in Westminster.

Liverpool man Simon Corner, who Lisa was in a relationship with, could hold the key to what happened to her.

Corner disappeared from the area shortly after giving a statement to police and later commented through a legal representative that he could not help any further with the investigation.

Corner initially ignored pleas from Lisa’s family and friends to return to Spain and help with further enquiries into her disappearance.

Since then, however, he was held in custody on suspicion of killing Lisa after he was arrested in Denmark last year, then extradited to Spain.

He is now understood to be released on bail.

More recently, efforts to keep Lisa's disappearance in the public eye, have been taken to the Scottish Parliament.

Helen Jordan last month took part in a meeting in Edinburgh with Michael Matheson, cabinet secretary for Justice, to help highlight ongoing efforts to find Lisa.

Helen said the meeting was "productive" and is only one of the "many lengths" they we will go to in their quest to receive justice for Lisa.