Twenty-two teams took part in the tournament at The Cheshire County Sports Club in Upton with funds raised benefiting Macmillan Cancer Support, the Brain Injury Rehabilitation & Development (BIRD) charity, Streetworx Panna Cage and Franklin’s Star.
Tekkoslovakia were crowned cup champions after narrowly beating City Bar in a close final. City Bar had specially formed for this tournament in memory of dad-of-two and football coach Danny Jones, who passed away in April .
Can’t Get Past a Semi defied their name to win the plate competition, beating Shep’s Allstars in another tight final.
Ugo Eboh, who plays for Crossway, said: “It was a huge success and everyone had a lot of fun. We wanted to create a real family atmosphere and that’s what we got.
“The huge variety of football-based activities going on throughout the day gave the tournament that extra bit of excitement, and everyone was in high spirits. There was some great football and, more importantly, we raised lots of money.
“One of the highlights of the day was having Debbie, the mum of the late Danny Jones, who came down to open the event, for which we would like to thank her and all who gave up their time and donated.”
Michael Walsh, recovery operations vice-president and charity leader at MBNA, said more than £2,300 was raised through the tournament, which was sponsored by AW Mellor Associates and Visualmetric.
“It was an immensely enjoyable day for all involved, and I’m proud of everyone who took part and who helped organise the event,” he said.