Bereaved father Paul McKenna from Derrymacash organised a fundraising basketball tournament in memory of his beloved baby daughter Darcy who passed away on August 17, 2022.
Local businesses generously donated prizes for raffles throughout the day as the teams battled it out for the Darcy McKenna Shield and Darcy McKenna Cup.
In a heartwarming gesture, various businesses located in the South Lake health and wellbeing suite offered mini treatments to people affected by child loss.
The day's activities concluded with a poignant candlelit vigil outside the leisure centre as part of the global Wave of Light initiative, which commemorates little ones who were taken too soon.
Photographer Tony Hendron went along to snap some of those who supported this worthy event.
1. The Lurgan Lakers 1
The Lurgan Lakers 1 who took part in the charity basketball tournament at South Lake Leisure Centre in memory of little Darcy McKenna and to raise funds for the Little Forget Me Nots Trust. LM42-213. Photo: Tony Hendron
2. The Little Forget Me Nots
The Little Forget Me Nots team who took part in the charity Baskbtball tournament at South Lake Leisure Centre. Also included are, Catherine Muldoon, front left, community connections officer, and Louise Taylor, front right, charity founder. LM42-214. Photo: Tony Hendron
3. On the ball
Action from the charity basketball tournament at South Lake Leisure Centre. LM42-202. Photo: Tony Hendron
4. The Eden South Lakers
The Eden South Lakers who took part in the charity basketball tournament. LM42-215. Photo: Tony Hendron