An annual bowls match in Lichfield has helped to raise £135 for charity.
A Lichfield City Council team, led by the Mayor of Lichfield, competed against players from Lichfield Museum Bowling Club in the Swinfen Broun Challenge Trophy contest.
The bowling club again took the honours with a 98-48 win.
A spokesperson said:
“After the match, the Mayor presented the trophy to club president Fred Perry who thanked everyone for taking part and supporting the event.
“Players then retired for a light supper prepared by members of the bowling club.
“A raffle raised a total of £135 for the museum bowling club’s charity fun day.”