TWO stars of the Huddersfield Giantswill be boosting their fitness to raise funds for Kirkwood Hospice.
Marcus St Hilaire and Paul Reilly will be taking part in a sponsored Triple Try-athon Challenge at Huddersfield Sports Centre on Saturday.
The challenge will be spread over three days.
Tomorrow, the try-athon itself will take place. It is a three-hour session between 10am and 1pm which allows people to try out a mix of fitness classes.
From 5pm to 7pm on Sunday the second challenge event - an aquafit session - will be held.
Finally, from 7.15pm to 9.45pm on Monday, there will be a circuit training marathon at the sports centre.
It will cost people £3 to take part in one of the events or £5 to take part in all three.
All the money raised will go to the Dalton hospice.
Hospice fundraiser Jane Dutton said: "
We hope hundreds of people will join the Giants in making this a success."
The person who raises the most cash for the hospice will get a free, six-month Lifestyle Plus membership at the sports centre, courtesy of Kirklees Active Leisure.
For further information, phone the hospice on 01484 5577911. Anybody wanting to take part in the sponsored sessions can also turn up on the day, pay £3 to register.