ANDY BOOTH and fellow former Huddersfield Town stars Rob Edwards and Martyn Booty will pull on their boots once again on Monday night.
The trio are among a Holme Valley select side who will visit Brighouse Town, of the Northern Counties East League, for a game to raise funds for the Huw Thatcher Trust.
The 15-year-old collapsed and died from a brain aneurysm as he played for Hepworth United Juniors against Brighouse Town Juniors in March.
His family formed the trust in his name to help those left disabled from brain injuries.
The Holme Valley side, who will wear kit borrowed from Town, has been put together by Michael Tunnacliffe, who managed Hepworth United to their first-ever District League title last season.
The squad will also include players from Holmbridge and Scholes as well as Booth, Town’s full-time ambassador, Edwards, who is involved at District League club Holmfirth Town and Booty, assistant manager at Blue Square (Conference) North club Hyde United.
The match, sponsored by Dual Seal Glass, kicks off at 7.45 and admission to Dual Seal Stadium, which is on St Giles Road in Hove Edge, will be £5 adults and £3 concessions, with all gate and programme proceeds going to the trust.
Huw’s father Nick said: “It will be a poignant but positive night.
“March 13 was a tragic day for many of us, including those in the local football community.
“Nothing will change what happened, but the compassion and effort since then has helped to remember Huw in a positive way and start to build a lasting legacy, and Brighouse Town have been part of that.”
Brighouse Town vice-chairman Ray Mclaughlin said: “This game is an occasion where the football family comes together to support one of their own.”