A SECRET bidder has bought Marcus Stewart's muddy shirt.
The Examiner offered the matchday souvenir from the former Huddersfield Town idol to the person who logged the highest offer.
Proceeds will go to our Huddersfield In Harmony appeal for the tsunami victims.
Stewart - voted the club's best ever player - gave his grubby Sunderland shirt after a game last month, in which he scored the winning goal. The red and white memento found its way to Huddersfield thanks to an opponent.
Chris Morgan, the Sheffield United captain, was marking Stewart.
His dad is Kevin Morgan, forecourt manager at the Jonsted garage in Brockholes.
He arranged the deal to help the big fundraising effort, which ends with a spectacular concert at Huddersfield Town Hall on February 27.
We can't reveal the identity of the person who bid the most for the shirt - because it's a surprise birthday present. But we invited bids of more than £100.
Now, one of Town's biggest fans will get a fabulous surprise on his or her birthday soon!
The muddy shirt came complete with a certificate of authenticity from Sunderland officials.
* J W Kaye ironmongers in Towngate, Holmfirth, is the latest shop to put the Huddersfield In Harmony raffle tickets on sale.
In Huddersfield the £1 tickets are available from Kitson's newsagent on Princess Alexandra Walk, The Good Food Business on Upperhead Row and the customer service desk at Tesco's Viaduct Street supermarket.
Jonsted's garage is also selling the tickets.