After being named Man of the Match in Wrexham AFC's 3-0 win over Stockport County last weekend, Ollie Palmer has made a donation to a charity close to his heart.
The striker scored his 15th and 16th goals of the campaign as the Red Dragons secured three important points at the Racecourse Ground, and was presented with a cheque by the National League after the game.
Palmer has chosen to donate the £200 to Bone Cancer Research Trust, saying:
"My 11-year-old cousin sadly passed away from osteosarcoma cancer and I'm donating the money to the Bone Cancer Research Trust in his honour."
More information on the charity can be found here.
Earlier this season, Palmer's strike partner Paul Mullin donated his cheque to Alder Hey Children's Hospital after being named Man of the Match against FC Halifax Town.