Vaughan has a ball at charity event
FORMER England cricket captain Michael Vaughan set out to knock competitors for six at a charity golf day.
Cutting a dash, he was one of the stars to tee off for 18 holes at Cirencester Golf Club. The national skipper and BBC sports commentator devised the inaugural event with his Cirencester-based tailor Tom Wharton from Barrington Ayre.
Their four-hour challenge attracted 45 players to raise funds for Michael's charity The Sheffield Children's Hospital and Tom's cause The Pied Piper Appeal.
Also teeing off was Football Focus presenter Dan Walker. Former footballer and Strictly contestant Robbie Savage had donated signed items for an auction, but had to pull out of playing.
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Mr Vaughan said: "The day's going with a swing. It's for two great causes and I hope it will grow year in year out.