A FOOTBALL tournament has scored funds for two charities following a penalty shoot-out.

Turin Giants, a team of workers from Vanquis Bank, took the Scholemoor Trophy, an event which also raised £620 for charity.

The tournament saw more than 50 players of teams of businesses, Bradford Council employees and an academy team from Bradford Park Avenue take part in six-a-side matches.

The fundraising total was divided between Scholemoor Beacon and Bradford Central Lions Club.

Scholemoor Beacon works with residents on the Scholemoor estate and surrounding areas to help provide educational, social, and fun activities and services for local people.

Bradford Central Lions Club provides a number of social activities and services including a food parcel distribution project in Lidget Green, helping to support individuals and families most in need.

Now in its third year, the Scholemoor Trophy was originally set up to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the Bradford City fire, helping to raise funds for the Bradford Burns Unit appeal in 2015.

Matthew Milnes, community activities co-ordinator for Scholemoor Beacon, said: “The event was another good success helping to raise much needed funds towards two great local causes.

“The tournament and fun day activities were made possible due to the support of so many different people.”