View our gallery from Swindon Rugby Club’s charity match which took place on Sunday, taken by Your Sport Swindon photographer James Booth.
The event itself, which took place at Greenbridge Road, the home of Swindon Rugby Club, was raising funs for the charity Brighter Futures.
Bright Futures is a registered charity for the Great Western Hospital Radiotherapy Appeal, launched to bring cancer care closer to Swindon.
Currently Swindon cancer patients have to make the 70-plus mile journey to Oxford or Bath to receive life-saving radiotherapy treatment.
The appeal needs to raise £2.9 million to equip the new centre with two linear accelerators – the equipment used to provide this treatment.
Organiser of the rugby event, Chloe Thomas, was delighted with how the day went, saying: “Despite the weather I was overwhelmed with the support received from the players and club.
“We managed to raise £550 and the rugby club have kindly donated an extra £100 taking the day’s total to £650 which is a fantastic amount.
“Stall holders gave up their time to sell goodies and The Laylow Band also gave us three hours which really lifted the mood with the horrible weather!”