TWO Huddersfield mums are holding a charity football match to raise funds for cystic fibrosis sufferers.
Laura Nutton, of Crosland Moor, and her friend Deborah Blackburn, from Dalton, are trying to help the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.
The charity needs just £3m to find a cure for the disease, which blocks the body's organs with mucus and stops them working correctly.
Laura's 10-year-old son Anthony Womble and Deborah's 10-year-old daughter Shannon Short both have the disease.
The two mums met when their children were being treated by consultant Dr Mike Miller at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Laura said: "Cystic fibrosis is the most common life-threatening inherited disease.
"It affects the digestive system and breathing. It takes over your life, because you are constantly timing medication. Anthony and Shannon go to school and look normal, but life is a struggle for them.
"We want to raise funds and do what we can to help the charity find a cure."
The football match will be on Sunday at Almondbury High School from 1pm to 5pm.
Four teams will take part - one from Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing, another from building contractors Connaught, a third from The Stag pub in Dalton and a team called Cystic Fibrosis United.
Players on this team all have a connection with the disease or with Shannon and Anthony.
They include ex-Huddersfield Town players Ian Lawson and Rob Edwards, family and friends of Shannon and Anthony, and doctors from St James's Hospital in Leeds.
Dr Miller - who left HRI several years ago - will also be returning to play on the team.
For those not playing in the charity tournament, there will be a balloon race, craft and bargain stalls, food stalls, refreshments and a tombola.
There will also be a raffle with grand prizes, including the chance to win a limo for the day.