Young footy stars of the future pitched in to show off their skills at a festival in Renton.

Eight teams took part in the tournament organised by Renton Craigandro 2009 at Tontine Park.

The boys and girls were playing for the Danny Hegarty memorial cup and all put heart and soul into making it a day to remember.

The cup was first played for in early 90s in memory of Danny who was a well respected member of the football community in Dumbarton and Alexandria. He died suddenly in his late 40s.

The cup was found after being misplaced for several years and Danny's family decided to relaunch the tournament with a festival followed by a day of fun activities.

Danny's nephew Thomas and daughter Debbie coach Renton Craigandro 2009 and the team was joined by seven others on the day.

Danny's wife Laura, who is secretary of the Renton Craigandro 2009 football team, told the Reporter: "The festival went really well, everyone enjoyed it.

"Members of the family coach and train with the team and wanted to offer the kids a chance to play in a development tournament.

"All players were roughly the same age and were well matched The weather was great and that helped as well."

Winners of the cup were the Finnart team.

In the afternoon, the youngsters enjoyed fun activities like 'beat the goalie', face painting, bouncy castle and throwing the sponge, and a selection of goodies was on offer to keep hunger pangs at bay.