AN ALLOA darts team are releasing another charity calendar after the success of the last one – although they have vowed to keep on some clothes this time.

James Anderson his teammates play out of the Old Brewery in a regional darts league and last year came up with releasing a naked calendar to raise money for Prostate Cancer UK.

Within months, the team, along with members of another group in England, were baring all in front of a camera as they posed with various items to hide their modesty.

The calendar was such a success that the charity has reached out to James and asked him to another one this year – but with only kilts on this time around.

James said: "We sold over 130 of the calendars last year and all in raised around £1,800 for the charity.

"We have been asked to do another for this year coming, although this time we'll all be wearing kilts and it'll just be the Scottish guys since we sold more than down south."

The support has already been pouring in once again for the team as the Old Brewery offered to host the shoot on July 1 after hours and Henderson Kilt Hire in Stirling is allowing them to borrow a garment free of charge for the night.

James said: "We have four or five kilts between us, but that's all we'll be wearing; nothing else. We don't have a target we'd like to hit, we're just going to see how it goes.

"People will buy a bit more this year because we had people who said they couldn't have one up because they had kids last year, but said they'd get one if there is less flesh on show."

Following the shoot, James and his teammates are hoping to launch the calendar at a special darts event in Alloa Town Hall on St Andrew's Day later in the year with all proceeds going to Prostate Cancer UK.