THE Grimsby Town players will be doing a collection for their Movember campaign a ahead of Saturday's Blue Square Bet Premier League clash with Woking.
All the money raised by the players will go to the chosen charities of Steve and Dorothy Dawson, parents of the late Matty Dawson, and Tony Broadley, father of the late Richard Broadley.
Shaun Pearson, who came up with the idea, said: "The lads have been doing well (mostly). A couple of them are struggling but all the players are behind it. If we could get a pound off everyone at the game we will be doing really well." .
The players will be at the turnstiles on Imperial Avenue and Harrington Street.