HUNDREDS turned out for a charity football match in aid of Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY) and Willowbrook Hospice.

The game took place at Boardmans Lane between Blackbrook Legends played Beeches FC Legends in aid of the two charities.

The two causes were chosen as both organisations have helped support players and family members from both teams through difficult times, with the day organised to give something back to both charities.

Close to 400 turned out to support the players from both sides of the rivalry and to raise funds.

The event was organised by Andrew Waddilove, Blackbrook FC Legends captain, with support from family and friends with bouncy castles, barbecue, tuck shop, disco and raffles running throughout the day.

Blackbrook won the match 1-0 thanks to a 56th minute goal by David Picton who rose at the back post and got the slightest of touches to nod the ball into the net from a free kick.

A presentation followed on the pavilion and Andrew lifted the 1st Stop Security Cup and thanked everyone for their support to make the day a success.

In total, the event raised close to £3,500 to be split across the two charities, with talks underway to make the occasion an annual event.