MORE money has been handed over to help a badly injured rugby player.
Staff and customers at The Jolly Sailor in Dalton donated more than £750 for the Danny Scott Appeal Fund.
And Huddersfield Rugby Union Club put cross-code rivalry to one side with a £320 donation to the fund.
They handed over money which included match fees from players and cash donated in a collection at the bar.
Danny, 22, suffered severe spinal injuries when he was tackled while playing for Moldgreen Amateur Rugby League Football Club on Saturday, January 10.
He collapsed after he was tackled by two opponents from Sowerby Spartans.
And he now faces months in hospital and uncertainty over the long-term effects of the injury.
Danny, a former pupil of All Saints' High School, Bradley Bar, had been a player with Moldgreen since he was 14.
He lives in Marsh with his parents Terry and Martha and brothers Gary and Lee.
Danny was originally treated at Leeds General Infirmary.
But he is now in a specialist spinal injuries unit at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield.
Jolly Sailor licensee Richard Kain said: "The Moldgreen rugby team used to be based here and we wanted to do what we could to help Danny.
"We had a fundraising night with karaoke and an auction.
A lot of people helped."
Another event for the charity is planned for Easter Sunday at the Chicago Rock Cafe.
The event, starting at 7.30pm, will feature a tribute to Ronan Keating by Rick D-Zyre.
The proceeds will also be shared the children's charity Echo.