STARS of stage, screen and soccer fields get together on Sunday for a big charity effort.
Town manager Peter Jackson and physio Lee Martin will be among those lining up at the Shay in Halifax to raise money for a cancer victim.
Tommy Gilbert, a fitness coach at Halifax Town, has been diagnosed with terminal cancer.
He has been an official of the club for the past 15 years. Now the club and others in the football world hope to raise thousands of pounds for his family with a charity match, which kicks off at 2pm on Sunday, March 19.
A Football Legends XI, managed by former Halifax manager George Mulhall, includes stars like Chris Waddle, Lee Sharpe, current Wigan boss Paul Jewell and Sheffield United's Geoff Horsfield, as well as several former Halifax Town players.
They will be up against a Celebrity XI which includes Coronation Street stars Andy Whyment (Kirk), Richard Fleeshman (Craig) and Alan Halsall (Tyrone).
Also on the celebrities side are Brookside star Phil Olivier, Ryan Giggs' brother Rhodri and Chuck Venice, new star of Footballers Wives.
The match will be followed by an auction of football memorabilia.
Admission to the game is £5 for adults, with children under 12 free.