TEENAGERS have been testing their soccer skills at the first Kirklees Football Icon competition.
Girls and boys aged 13 to 16 competed at passing, shooting and dribbling.
Fourteen girls took part at Batley Sports and Tennis Centre and 21 boys competed at Leeds Road playing fields in Huddersfield.
Organiser Andrew Gledhill hopes the competition can have a positive impact.
"Football is a good way to build camaraderie and hopefully our youth workers serve as good male role models for the kids."
Kirklees Football Icon is part of the Max Project, which promotes good behaviour and healthy living through sport.
Kirklees Council Culture and Leisure Services, Almondbury Youth Action Project, Neighbourhood Housing and West Yorkshire Police are all involved in the project.