AN incredible £12,000 has been raised for the Teenage Cancer Trust from a golf day at Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club.

The event, sponsored by local business man Mark Greenfield and his company MG Shopfront, saw more than 100 people take part including former Wolves and England striker Steve Bull.

The team from Vale Vehicle Movements took first place with a score of 57.4 but were pressed all the way by the Rybrook quartet who carded 57.6 points.

Willows Construction were third ahead of MG Shopfronts and Bridgnorth Tyre.

The £12,000 total is the highest ever raised for the event and plans are already underway in a bid to set a new record in 2018.

Also at the club, 24 pairs battled for the Captain’s Classic Trophy as well as a bottle of wine each if they could beat Captain Bob Lucas and CMGC’s Tom Pain’s score.

The pair made a disappointing bogey on the last after a strong front nine, to finish with 38 points – and with several 39 points being scored, it looked like being a costly afternoon.

Dean Rogers and Graham Fletcher came in with a solid 43 points to take the clubhouse lead but quickly lost top spot when their playing partners Andy Thomas and Roger Evans also scored a 43 but beat them on count back.