A FOURTH annual charity day in memory of Ayr United legend Ian Cashmore is being organised by his son this weekend.

Dalry Thistle and former Kilwinning Rangers and Irvine Vics striker Ian Cashmore Jnr is running the event, which is being staged at Kilwinning Sports Club on Sunday, from 1pm.

It will feature two semi-finals, a third/fourth place playoff and a final, which will all be 25 minutes each way.

The teams will be picked by Cashmore Jnr, Ian Jnr's uncle, Ian Ayres and family friends Jackie Weir and Jim Hodge.

Each player will pay £10 to take part in the match and there will be a bottle stall during the game.

After the football,which concludes at 3pm, the party will head to Taylor's where there will be an auction which will include fourballs at Gleneagles and Turnberry, a signed Scotland football top and tickets for Ayr Races.

All money raised will go towards the Spinal Injuries Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. The late Ian Snr was given a lot of support from the Spinal Injuries Unit at the former Southern General.

Ian Jnr said: "I hope to raise as much as possible, I normally aim for about £1000."