A memorial football tournament in memory of Largs Thistle legend Pat Rall raised more than £1,300 for the Beatson Cancer Charity. 

Thistle emerged victorious from the tournament, which took place at Barrfields Park on the last weekend in June.

The Largs side triumphed 3-2 against Maryhill on Sunday, June 30, in what was a weekend of football fun and a chance to remember the Thistle stalwart. 

A club spokesperson said: "Last weekend's Pat Rall Memorial Tournament raised £1,365 for the Beatson Cancer Charity. Thank you to the Rall family for creating such a great event."

The charity said: "Thank you so much for your incredible support! We're deeply grateful to the Rall family and everyone who participated in the Pat Rall Memorial Tournament."

Pat had been a devotee of the Barrfields club since he was a child and one of the early matches he attended was in 1953, Thistle's highest ever attendance of 6,500.

His love for the club grew over the years and he became a dedicated volunteer, a role he started more than 50 years ago.

Pat, who served as the club's kit man, had a colourful personality and was well known at football grounds across the west of Scotland for his witty banter.