Huddersfield Town central defender Anthony Gerrard and striker James Vaughan have taken part in the ice bucket challenge to raise cash for charity.
The ice bucket challenge, the latest craze within social media spheres, is designed to raise funds and awareness for the neurodegenerative illness ALS - better known as Lou Gehrig's disease.
Money is being collected for the James McCarthy Foundation with the charity, run by friends of terminally ill James, attempting to accrue enough funds to help him complete a bucket list of 33 things he’d like to do before he dies.
The ‘rules’ of the challenge dictate that each participant must nominate people to take part in the challenge, with the nominees then having 24 hours to complete it and donate any proceeds to charity.
Plenty of celebrities, including David Beckham, former US president George Bush and Simon Cowell have taken part in the challenge, but Gerrard has kick-started Town's own participation in the challenge.
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WATCH: Anthony Gerrard takes on the ice bucket challenge
The Town defender, who has been unable to play any part in his side's campaign so far due to a calf injury, tweeted the news before nominating former Town midfielder Adam Clayton, Watford striker Troy Deeney and Burnley goalkeeper Tom Heaton.
Clayton, who completed a move to Middlesbrough last week, did not mess around and took on his challenge before in turn nominating new team-mates Lee Tomlin, Kenneth Omeruo and Luke Williams, as well as his girlfriend and brother.
Vaughan also got in on the action, as he accepted the nomination from former Arsenal, Birmingham City and Bolton Wanderers midfielder Fabrice Muamba and his current Town team-mate Oscar Gobern.
Vaughan turned the tables on former strike partners Victor Anichebe, from his time at Everton, and Jermaine Beckford at Town, as well as former Terriers midfielder Gary Roberts.