Former Huddersfield Town player Anthony Lloyd is tackling a new challenge in aid of the Cystic Fibrosis Trust.

One of the heroes of the 2004 play-off final, Anthony has teamed up with his workmates and Dad Steve to take on the Three Peaks Challenge this weekend, climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdown in the space of 24 hours.

Once completed, each team will have walked over 20 miles, ascended more than 10,000 feet and driven over 500 miles.

Anthony's daughter Isabella was diagnosed with the lung disease when she was three weeks old.

And the former Town defender is determined to give back to a cause which plays such a big role in his family's life.

"The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is a cause very close to my heart - my daughter has Cystic Fibrosis and they help immensely in keeping her alive," said the 32-year-old Lloyd.

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"I have done bits and bobs for them in the past, and raised over £3500 doing the Great North Run and I wanted to take on this challenge and raise more.

"My Dad has been diagnosed with COPD and emphysema, so has had to make some serious changes to his lifestyle - he's altered his diet, given up smoking and really turned his life around so that was another reason for attempting this now.

"I haven't played football for a few years because keeping my daughter healthy alongside my work takes up a lot of my time.

"But Town is in my heart and the fans have always shown me a lot of support. I hope they can do that again to help such a worthy cause."

You can donate via www.justgiving.com/GSPK-Circuits-Ltd or by texting to 70070 with the GSPK66 code and the amount, like £10.