A FOURTH annual rugby match and fun day is being staged in memory of a Keighley teenager.

The event – at Keighley Albion Rugby Club on Saturday, September 7 – will raise funds for CLIC Sargent, a cancer charity for children and young people.

Callum Mynott – who died in 2015, aged 17 – played for Keighley Albion.

In the latest fundraiser, his teammates will be up against the club's senior side.

Other attractions at the event – being organised by Callum's step-mum, Donna Mynott – will include live music, a raffle, tombola, cake sale, barbecue and bar.

CLIC Sargent thanks Donna for her efforts.

Ryan Judson, the charity's fundraising and engagement manager, said: "When cancer strikes young lives we fight tirelessly to limit the damage it causes beyond their health.

"We rely entirely on donations to fund our vital work and so we can’t thank Donna enough for her fantastic efforts.

"Thanks to Donna, we will be able to help even more children and young people thrive – not just survive – after their cancer diagnosis."

Last year, CLIC Sargent supported 500 families across Yorkshire.

It distributed 421 grants, totalling £85,379, to help families with costs. According to a report from the charity, families with a child on active treatment spend an extra £600 a month.

The fundraising event takes place at Keighley Albion's ground, at Crossflatts Cricket Club, from 11am until late.

Donations of cakes or raffle and tombola prizes are welcome. They can be taken along on the day, or e-mail donnamynott14@gmail.com.