By Beth Sharp Monday 14 October 2013 Updated: 15/10 18:58
A CHARITY football match between Birmingham All Stars and the Rubery Old Stars raised £4,500 for Birmingham Women's Hospital's 'Tiny Babies, Big Appeal'.
A massive crowd went along to Rubery Community and Leisure Centre and saw the Blues score an impressive five goals by half-time.
St Andrew's favourites, including Kevin Poole, Lee Carsley, Jeff Kenna, Martin O'Connor, Dele Adebola and Dennis Bailey, were among those involved in the fund-raising encounter.
The match finished 6-1 in favour of Blues, but the Rubery Old Dtars put up a valiant fight.
As well as the football, there were also performances by marching bands and a young dance troupe.
Trevor Neason, one of the organisers, said: "A big thank you to all the volunteers who gave up there time to make the day really special and a big thanks to
Stuart Hinton who went far beyond the call of duty, I often wondered how he managed to fit his day job in.
"Also a massive thank you to everyone who supported the event and helped raise the funds that will help save young lives."
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