FOUR Barnsley lads will cycle from Dunkirk to Amsterdam to raise funds for Macmillan Cancer Support.
The huge 180-mile trek will be completed over three days – with the four footballers from Barugh Green FC travelling across three countries.
Karl Scargill, Danny Highfield, Ben Foakes and Luke Fry are the fantastic four ready to take on the challenge.
Karl said: “Over the past ten years we have raised over £25,000 for Cancer Research under our old football team.
“This season we have changed almost everything about the club, besides the fact the lads as a club still want to raise as much money as possible.
“Cancer has affected the lives of countless individuals, families, and communities, and Macmillan Cancer Support has been a beacon of hope, providing invaluable support to those battling this disease.
“At Barugh Green FC, we firmly believe in the power of sport and community to create positive change, which is why we are dedicating our cycling journey to raise funds and awareness for Macmillan’s life-changing work.
“To make this daft idea something meaningful, we are turning to our generous community, friends, and supporters for their kind contributions.
“Your donations will be split 70% towards Macmillan and 30 per cent towards Barugh Green FC to up keep the running of our club, allowing us to continue raising money.”
The quartet have raised more than £500 so far.