FOOTBALL pundit Hugh Keevins and radio host Gordon Duncan took a break from the airwaves to visit Greenock and meet young players.

The Clyde 1 Superscoreboard duo stopped off at Lady Octavia Sports Centre on Wednesday to take in one of the Morton in the Community and River Clyde Homes free school holiday sessions, which have been on all this week.

They handed over a cheque for £1,000 from the radio station's Cash for Kids charity, which has been used to help pay for the football camp.

The money was secured by Inverclyde housing association RCH to give children of tenants living in the east end of Greenock something to do over the Easter holidays.

The sessions have been led by Morton in the Community coaches and the youngsters attending them have had a ball.

Bosses say they spotted a gap in the area for youngsters to do something fun while they are off school.

Heather McLaughlin, tenancy sustainment and support manager at RCH, said: "We are over the moon to have received this money, which we have decided to use to further our partnership with Greenock Morton and provide our customers' children with some welcome physical activities during the Easter break."

The camps also included lunch for the boys and girls taking part.

Debbie Fraser, Clyde Cash for Kids regional charity manager, said: "We are delighted to be able to support River Clyde Homes' Easter Football Camps.

"It is important that children have activities during the school holidays and the opportunity to learn new skills."