A MAN made a poignant trip to a Huddersfield college to help remember his younger brother who died in an horrific house fire in Birkby.
Muhammed Shafique - one of the survivors of the blaze - was at Huddersfield New College to present prizes to students.
The students had organised a charity football tournament in memory of Mr Shafique's 18-year-old brother, who died in the fire two years ago.
Ateeq was a travel and tourism student at the college but died along with seven other members of his family in their home in Osborne Road, after an arson attack in May 2002.
Eleven teams took part in the six-a-side tournament and all players made a donation.
Spectators also contributed towards the collection.
College principal Philip Forrest said: "A minute's silence was held by the players and spectators before the final, which was won by The Acad Lads.
"It is proposed to hold the competition every year, in memory of Ateeq, who was a very popular student at the college".
The tournament raised £100 for the Birkby Fire appeal fund. Money from the fund has gone to four schools and colleges attended by victims of the fire.