FOOTBALL legends and reality stars teamed up for a charity match in memory of tragic tot Layla Greene.

The courageous Renfrew toddler, who had been battling a rare form of cancer, lost her fight for life last month, aged just three.

A number of events are taking place to raise money for a memorial bench and headstone at her plot, which her mum wants to be “bright and colourful” to match her daughter’s personality.

The latest fundraiser took place at New Western Park, in Renfrew, where former football stars such as Bobby Petta, Iain Anderson and James Grady played their part.

Also lining up for the match was ex-St Mirren ace Jose Quitongo, who previously had his distinctive dreadlocks chopped off to raise cash for Layla.

Reality star Brian Matthews, from TV show Glow, also pulled on his football boots for the event, which saw Budhill United take on East End Tower, with the former securing a 7-2 victory.

Layla’s mum, Louise Cunningham, was there to offer her support.

Family friend Michelle Murphy said: “Around 100 people came along on the day and, from bucket collections alone, we managed to raise £280.

“Thanks go to Raymond Wallace for organising the event.”