FRIENDLY competition was the name of the game when the Onside Project hosted a football fun day.

The project is an umbrella group for a number of organisations for people with mental health problems.

The football day was held at the Crayford Arrows ground, in Perry Street, Crayford. Eight clubs, one from Birmingham, took part in a series of five-a-side games under the eagle eyes of referees supplied by Charlton Athletic. The event was also supported by Dartford Football Club.

As well as football, there was a chance to enjoy a game of tennis. There were also several stalls including a display from the mental health arts group Centre Pieces and the Prince's Trust.

Afterwards, players and spectators enjoyed a barbecue.