Wrexham AFC club staff and first-team players raised more than £4,000 for Movember UK through the month of November, after joining forces to grow moustaches for the past 30 days.
Movember challenges men to grow a moustache and wear it as a symbol of healthier men and a healthier world, raising money and awareness through sponsorship.
As an organisation, they prioritise funding for the three biggest health issues facing men: mental health and suicide prevention, prostate cancer, and testicular cancer.
Taking part in Movember and representing Wrexham AFC were: Humphrey Ker, Kevin Mulholland, Jonny Griffiths, Owen Jackson, Iwan-Pugh Jones, James Edgerley, Liam Hall, Dan Davies, Ben Tozer, Aaron Hayden, Eoghan O’Connell, Tom O’Connor, Billy Waters Ollie Palmer and Connor Fowles.
Due to other commitments, Humphrey Ker, Dan Davies and James Edgerley were unavailable for the final photo.
Speaking on why it was important to be involved, Ollie Palmer said: “Everyone throughout the Club has come together for a really important cause.
“It raises awareness for men’s mental health, suicide prevention, prostate and testicular cancer and it’s been a really collective effort.
“I’d like to thank everyone who has donated money, you still can do and it’s been a fantastic effort by all the lads.”
To see a full review of the moustache rankings, click on the link to watch the participants rate each other’s efforts.