In the top of the table clash on Monday night both teams went into the game at Sandbraes with a 100 per cent winning league record.
More than 60 S1 and S2 boys and girls took part in the training session at the school with former football professionals Suzanne Lappin and Craig Beattie.
Southend faced Lamlash who were without their captain and playmaker Johnny Sloss, who was suspended.
Brodick kept their winning start to the league up with a second home win in a tight match against Lamlash at Ormidale Park on Monday night.
The match will be staged annually in memory of Alan Johnston who was such an integral part of Arran football.
Presenter David Currie will be joined by former Scotland and Celtic player Craig Beattie and former Hearts player Ryan Stevenson along with BBC Scotland’s chief sports writer Tom English.