STAFF from two REHAU plants recently battled it out on the football pitch to raise a total of £864 for charity.

On Saturday, July 21 teams from Amlwch and Blaenau Ffestiniog took to the 3g pitch in Bangor to collect funds for Scope - a charity set up to help disabled people and their families.

In the end after a tense match, it was the Anglesey-based team that took the victory, winning 4-3. Man of the Match for Amlwch was Richard Williams.

The event attracted a large crowd and raised the respectable total for REHAU's new charity partner.

By 2022, Scope aims to directly reach more than two million disabled people and their families each year with information, advice and support, as well as campaigning for equality and fairness.

Talking about the hotly-contested match, REHAU HR director, Sergio Fonseca, said: "It was thoroughly enjoyable to watch the game between theses two teams, and it was a nail biting match.

"I’m grateful to everyone who took part in the event and helped to raise money for our charity.

"On behalf of REHAU I’d also like to say a big thanks to Gemma Rolf and Dylan Roberts for organising the event.”