POOL players raised hundreds of pounds for charity in a memorial tournament on Saturday.
The contest at Kirkburton Liberal Club was held in honour of Tim Cruise.
The 29-year-old from Kirkburton died in a crash in Cumbria in April last year. Tim was a talented pool player and a member of the club.
Friends and colleagues remembered him and supported the British Heart Foundation, a charity he had helped, by donating £700.
The contest was won by Robert Barnes, from the Royal pub in Kirkburton.
Players competed for the chance to win a trophy Tim had owned.
Kieron Brown was runner-up.
Local companies donated the prizes for a raffle.
Committee member Anna Boden said it was a successful, if emotional, night.
"It was absolutely heaving. It was busier than on New Year's Eve."
She added: "There were also quite a lot of people in tears."