A football club based in North Glasgow debuted its new kit at a tournament.

The 2009s team of Rossvale FC played for the first time in their brand new ensemble at the Kieran McDade festival tournament in Coatbridge last Friday.

Thanks to a £1,200 donation from the Allied Vehicles Charitable Trust, the red-and-yellows received their new strips earlier this year.

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Scott Abernethy, an SFA-trained coach who helps run Rossvale FC, said: “The boys looked amazing and felt great in the new kit, and their confidence was at a high.

"They had four games to play, and they won their first and drew their second after a ‘questionable’ decision from the referee.

“Rossvale also drew their third game but lost their fourth after giving away a penalty and losing two goals, which cost them the game and a place in the final.

"The boys still came away with a great experience and love the new kit, and their parents are very thankful for the support from Allied with the new strips.”

Founded in 1976, by Rossie Crescent and Vale Walk, the sports club and charity trains young players one night a week in Bishopbriggs, and another in Milton.

They aim to improve the players' self-confidence and teamwork.

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Allied Vehicles Managing Director Peter Facenna said he was delighted that the Rossvale boys liked their new kit and added: “It has taken a few months to work out the designs and have the strips made, but I’m sure they were worth the wait.

“When we set up our Charitable Trust our intention was to give something back to the community where Allied grew up and still thrives, and helping these boys, either into a future career or just as a social gathering, is a great example of that philosophy.”