THE memory of a tragic Huddersfield student is to live on at his old school.
Ben Randall, 21, died in an accident involving a forklift truck in Leeds in November, 2003.
But now his family and friends - who set up the Ben Randall Memorial Trust - have given sports kit to Almondbury High School.
Ben and his brother, Tom, were both former pupils.
The trust gave kit for the school's under-13 soccer team.
And the school hopes to raise more money for the trust with a staff versus students soccer match in the spring.
Ben lived with his mother, Jean, in Wakefield Road, Dalton.
He had a sister, Ruth, and brothers David and Tom.
Ben was reading sports studies at Huddersfield University.
Teacher and school spokesman Keith Hilton said: "Ben was very well remembered at this school.
"He loved sports of every kind and made his mark here and at college and university," he added.
"He played many sports, but rugby was his first love. He had played for Huddersfield Rugby Union Club.
"We hope we can do all we can to help the trust in the months to come," said Mr Hilton.
"The kit will certainly mean that his memory will live on, "
* To contact the trust phone 01484 517782.