SYNGENTA women's bowling club in Huddersfield has raised a wad of cash for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance.
The club, which has more than 60 members, held a quiz, a raffle and a charity match to raise £500.
The charity match was played in a round robin system and the men's team joined in as well.
Club secretary Wendy Cowgill said: "Every year we have a charity match and this year we decided to pick the air ambulance to raise money for."
The air ambulance is based at Leeds/Bradford Airport. It costs more than £1m a year to run and relies predominantly on voluntary donations.
It has been saving lives across the county since October 2000. It has been scrambled more than 3,500 times, carried more than 500 patients to hospital and assisted with more than 1,700 incidents.
With a maximum speed of 140mph it can fly patients to hospital within minutes.