TWO organisations working with young people staged a showdown six-a-side football match in Huddersfield.
And it ended in victory for the team representing Street Scene, a charity that helps youngsters.
It was the third in a series of matches with Shap, which helps young people to live in their own homes.
The two previous games had resulted in a victory each for the sides.
So there was everything to play for when they got together again in the sports barn at Leeds Road Playing Fields.
Street Scene came out 18-10 winners in a hard-fought match.
The game was organised by Communities United Project (Cup), a Huddersfield charity which uses sport to keep young people out of trouble.
Event director Troy Thomas said: "I see this as an opportunity for all the players to do something constructive with their time."