ENERGETIC youngsters enjoyed sport sessions organised by Morton Community Trust during their mid-term break from school.

Football and hockey were on offer at the camps held at Notre Dame High.

It's the first mid-term camp run by the Ton Trust and it proved such a success they'll be running it again next year.

Blair Kelly, football project worker, said: "We had youngsters from two to 12 and about 60 children across the three days.

"It was really good, a great success.

"It's the first time we've run it and we'll be 100 per cent be running it again next year."

Future footie stars practised their dribbling, passing and scoring skills while hockey players gave it plenty of stick.

Blair has thanked Rachael McConnachie and James Barbour, who led the sessions and organised coaches.

Blair says the holiday camps are always very popular with mums and dads and children.

He said: "Parents might not be able to get time off work but the camps give the children a bit of routine.

"A lot of them have attended other Morton camps and know the coaches and enjoying working with them.

"They are also making friends from different schools and it helps to build up their social skills."