Scottish footballing heroes have battled it out on the field to pay tribute to rocker who died last year.

Shaun Scott, singer and guitarist for Clydebank band The Ronains, tragically passed away in August.

Devastated band members, who previously had the support of Old Firm legends for their latest music video, ventured to host a memorial match to raise money for charity in his honour.

More than £1,400 was raised in the event.

Scotland’s Paris hero James McFadden joined the likes of Lee McCulloch, Darren Jackson, Charlie Miller and Simon Donnelly for the match.

Celtic hero Frank McAvennie took charge of “The Shauny Scotts”, while Rangers legend Andy Goram managed “The Jaxon’s”.

The sides met at the Toryglen indoor football centre on Sunday where they battled it out - with Goram’s side coming on top 4-0 with goals from McCulloch and David Clarkson.

Posting after the match, the band wrote: “Well what a day for our Shauny Scott, our heroes and legends turned out in their droves and from the bottom of hearts, thank you.

“Sharing a dressing room with Celtic, Rangers, Motherwell, Everton and Scotland internationalists?

“Still counting money taken on the day and we’re up to £1,400 so far which will get split between The Kris Boyd Charity and Shine on Shaun.

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“Thank you to everyone that came along, what a crowd.”

Last year, McAvennie and Goram stared in the music video for the group’s first song since Shaun’s death.

The band, who formed in November 2015, also includes singer Debi Ronain, bassist Jim Reid and drummer Linzi Ronain.

They were guided by Gordy Goudie, guitarist, and producer for Simple Minds and Echo and The Bunnymen.

Lead singer Debi previously paid tribute to the former Hillhead High School pupil.

Debi said: “There’s nothing we can do to take away the pain from his family but what we can do is try to immortalise him.

“We want to carry on his legacy.

“Shaun wasn’t one of these people who passed away not knowing how much he was loved.

“He was absolutely spoiled rotten, he was cherished, he was the blue-eyed boy.

“That is our one comfort that the boy knew how much he was adored.”