LEPTON footballers braved bad weather to play a charity match in aid of one of their team-mates.
Members of Lepton Highlanders played against Leeds team Garforth Town at Rowley Lane School in Lepton on Sunday .
The match was held to raise money for Lepton man Graham Hodgson, who was seriously injured in a car accident outside the White Horse in Wakefield Road, Lepton in March.
He suffered spinal injuries and is still in Pinderfields Hospital at Wakefield.
It is not known whether he will walk again.
Until his accident, Mr Hodgson, 46, played for the Highlanders.
He had been with the team 30 years and was known to fellow players as Todd.
John Mellor, manager of the Highlanders first team, said: "He will be in hospital for quite a few more months and we don't know how he will be when he comes out.
"It's the first time we have done anything like this for him."
The Highlanders first team played the first half of the match against Garforth.
A second team, made up of past team-mates and friends of Mr Hodgson, played the second half.
A gala was also held at the White Horse pub to raise extra money.