The Kenny Macmillan Memorial Trophy was won this year by the experienced heads in the over 30s in their match against the under 30s.
Played in Garrabost on Point FC’s pitch the match was played in excellent spirits with Kenny’s brother Dan and nephew David both on the winning team.
The match, played in memory of the late Kenny Macmillan who sadly passed in 2010, was won 5-3 by the over 30s who ended a three-year run of wins by the youngsters in the under-30 camp.
As well as a memorial the match is also a fundraising event for a local charity which is organised by the The Lewis and Harris Rangers Supporters Club.
A selection of top prizes were offered as a raffle alongside the football match with top prize being a signed print by the late ex-Scotland and Rangers winger Davie Cooper.
More than £1,000 was raised for worthy cause the Bethesda care home and hospice through the match and following events.