People of all ages pitched in to show support for Arthurlie Football Club as an open day took place at Dunterlie Park.

There was fun for all the family at Saturday’s event, with more than 200 visitors going along.

Youngsters enjoyed a bouncy castle, with grown-ups trying their luck at the tombola stall, with a host of prizes on offer.

There was also action on the pitch, as players from Arthurlie’s development squad secured a 3-2 victory over Arthurlie Amateurs.

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Club secretary Jim Hannigan told the Barrhead News: “This was our first bash at an open day, so there are lessons learned for when we have it again.

“We are hoping to have it as an annual event. With the Barrhead Gala being cancelled, it’s something we can do to give back to the community.

“I think the children really enjoyed themselves at the bouncy castle and the stalls. They had a great time.

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“The weather played a big part on the day too. It was lovely and we had a great football match.

“The event was a great success. People were asking us when we are having the next one.

“Unfortunately, a few things, such as face painting, couldn’t take place because of Covid restrictions but we hope to have more on offer next year.”