More than £1,000 was raised for charity from a 10-hour non-stop futsal marathon involving 24 determined women who united in the name of sport and charity.
Two teams of 12 battled it out at the Birmingham International Futsal Arena on Saturday to raise funds for the National Autistic Society.
The two teams, led by award-winning sportswoman Salma Bi, and sports centre coach Gemma Smith, played non-stop between 9am and 7pm, with the final score being Blues 167 Reds 100.
Gemma said: "It's been a great day. Events like this can only promote the game of futsal and women's sport and the fact we've raised over £1,000 for a special charity is the icing on the cake."
Salma, a past winner of the British-Asian Outstanding Achievement Award for her services to cricket, added: "For some of the girls it was their first experience of futsal and they totally loved it.
"It's been a phenomenal effort all round and the girls are already asking us when we're holding the next one."