FOOTBALLERS and punters took part in a three-legged charity match.
They put a unique twist on the popular sports day three-legged race by playing a game of football tied to a team-mate.
Members of the Spangled Bull took on the Kirkheaton Rovers in a nail-biting charity match for Kirkwood Hospice.
The Kirkheaton pub won 6-5.
The charity weekend was organised by Spangled Bull landlords Colin and Hannah Coleman and their daughter Emma.
Emma Coleman, 30, said: “Everyone has been so willing to get involved and take part in the fun.
“We’re still counting the money raised but we’ve done very, very well.
“We chose Kirkwood Hospice because it is a place that really needs people’s support.
“Everyone knows of somebody who has experience of the hospice and our customers have been so willing to support the hospice.
“I hope what we raise can help them even more.”
On Friday, the pub held a race night for punters, with a 60s themed fancy dress disco at the Kirkheaton pub on Saturday.
On Sunday they hosted a car boot sale, tombola, cake stall and karaoke.
They topped the charity weekend off with the three-legged football match against the Kirkheaton Rovers.
Afterwards they hosted a charity auction, with prizes including Huddersfield Town and Giant tickets.
The Colemans are still counting the amount of money raised by generous punters in aid of Kirkwood Hospice.
The family took over the Spangled Bull pub a year ago after moving from Grimsby.
Since starting working in the pub trade, the family has organised charity events for years, raising thousands for good causes.
They hope the Spangled Bull event will become an annual event too.