YOUNGSTERS on a youth football team have shown their support for a local charity.

KFA Bayern 2006s have been gifted full new kits and tracksuit tops from generous parents Gavin Cousar, Gordon Cripps and Hugh Campbell.

The strips will have had the Zak Scott Braveheart Foundation’s logo printed on them.

The Zak Scott Braveheart Foundation was set up in memory of Zak Scott who was born with a congenital condition, which included a hole in the heart. He died in 2011, just two weeks before his 15th birthday.

The charity donates a wish/gift to many children with heart conditions whether they are awaiting surgery on the pre-cardiac surgical list or they are in post-cardiac operation recovery and provides support to both children and parents before, during and after operations.

Gavin Cousar, who was one of the contributors to the new kits, said: “Myself and a couple of others, Gordon Cripps and Hugh Campbell have purchased a full football kit and tracksuit tops for KFA Bayern 2006s and at the same time, we are hoping to help to raise awareness for a wonderful local charity, the Zak Scott Braveheart Foundation by having their logo printed on all of the kit.”

Zak’s mum, and charity founder, Roslyn Scott, who is pictured (right) with midfielder Euan Howe and goalkeeper Max Cousar showing and wearing the new kit, said she was “appreciative” of the team’s efforts to pay tribute to her football-mad son.