Charity football tournament raises £4,000

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: One in a Million players Anthony McGrath, Dean Windass, Lee Duxbury, Peter Beagrie, Brian Noble and Wayne Jacobs One in a Million players Anthony McGrath, Dean Windass, Lee Duxbury, Peter Beagrie, Brian Noble and Wayne Jacobs

Former Bradford City stars took on amateur footballers in a tournament which raised more than £4,000 for charity One in a Million.

Former Bantams Peter Beagrie, Dean Windass and Wayne Jacobs were joined by former Bradford Bulls coach Brian Noble and Yorkshire and England cricketer Anthony McGrath to take on teams from businesses across the city at Bradford’s Five Alive Soccer Centre.

Five-a-side teams competed in the event, where group winners advanced to play a mini Champions League, including the celebrity team, to find the overall winner.

The final was closely fought between Provident Financial and Old Station Cafe in Clayton, with the Cafe team eventually winning 2-0.

Third place went to a joint team from the Yorkshire Bank and HH Decorators of Keighley.

Former Bradford City manager Chris Kamara has arranged for the winners to be the guests of Sky Sports to watch the making of the Fantasy Football show.

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