A special football match took place at Barrfields Park on Sunday to raise funds for an important charity which has benefited one year old Dawson Lundy.
Dawson, who is son of Ross and Carla, was born with a rare condition last year, where there was a hole in the diaphragm, which affects the stomach, livers and kidneys, leaving little room for the lungs to grow. 
The charity is CDH - the congenital diaphragmatic hernia charity - provides vital assistance and help for children who are born with the condition, and their families. 
Dawson's dad Ross is a goalkeeper for Largs Thistle football club, and supporter Alex Anderson came up with the idea of the football fundraiser. The match was a Largs Thistle fans v Ross Lundy select. The final score was 8-5 to the Ross Lundy's select. 
Ross donned the striker's jersey for a change and bagged four goals on the occasion, while Thistle President Peter Connor was ref.
And there were some famous football faces involved including Thistle manager Stuart Davidson, and former skipper Kevin Struthers now of Winton Rovers. Stuart's son Lewis also notched a double for Ross Lundy's select. 
Dawson's grandfather Bill Lundy said: "I would like to express my gratitude to Alex Anderson without his efforts and massive commitment this so worthwhile cause would not have happened. I would also commend my wife Irene and my children, Carla's family and the Sallens family and all the others for the huge effort they have put in and I am sure a very healthy amount will be raised for this great cause: CDH."
Ross would like to thank everyone who contributed to the raffle prizes.
Thanks to John Keachie for the photos.