A DUMBARTON football team has been crowned league champions.

Renton Craigandro 2010s Black won the Glasgow District Division 3 title after a strong end to the season.

The team celebrated their success with a trophy presentation at Tontine Park on Saturday, June 8.

And Stephen Storrie, who has been head coach since 2016, opened up on the side's success.

"Before this year all the teams used to come together for a presentation at Hampden but that was scrapped due to costs," he said.

"We still wanted to celebrate the boys' success so the parents helped organise our own presentation. 

"There are 16 teams in the league and we play 30 games so it is a long season.

"In terms of standout moments, we scored a few last-minute winners which was great and finished the season on a real high after winning the league with a game to spare."

Stephen is assisted with the team by Debbie Hegarty and Tommy Smith.

And he praised the commitment of the players in the squad.

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"I am so proud of the team and everything they have managed to achieve," he continued.

"Individually and collectively they have come on leaps and bounds. They are a close group and any new players are always welcomed in.

"We have played nearly 50 games this season so it has been a great effort from everyone involved.

"No matter the score at the weekend the boys always come on a Monday and give 100 per cent.

"The team constantly want to improve and we have a really positive environment."

Renton Craigandro 2010's Black will start a new journey next season when they join the Paisley District League.

And Stephen was keen to highlight the role volunteers off the field play in making the team a success.

He added: "The feedback from the parents has been really positive. Some of the kids have been here for years and so are their parents. 

"We couldn't do what we do without help from the parents.

"It really is a team effort from everyone. "