The former Liverpool footballers joined 142 other golfers at Pryors Hayes Golf Club in Cheshire for Stick 'n' Step's annual golf day, raising over £17,000 for the cerebral palsy charity.

Robbie Fowler and former LFC teammate Steve Staunton took part in the event, organised by Sky Sports commentator and Stick 'n' Step ambassador Rob Palmer last weekend.

36 four ball teams competed with players coming from across the UK. The winning team consisted of Terry Hill, Brian Edge, Mike Hill and Ralph Page, who at the age of 83, was the oldest person taking part.

After last year’s extraordinary hole in one win, players again competed keenly for a hole in one on the 9th to win a special edition black Honda CB1000R motorbike, courtesy of Smiths Honda.

The event was once again followed by the traditional evening’s entertainment and auction to help boost Stick ‘n’ Step’s fundraising efforts still further.

The charity provides free conductive education sessions to children with cerebral palsy, supporting them to improve mobility, independence and boos self-confidence.

Stick ‘n’ Step Head of Operations, Sarah Smithson, said: "We would like to thank everyone who took part in another wonderful annual golf day to help us raise much needed funds. Special thanks should go to Smiths Honda too for their fantastic support over the years."

Stick ‘n’ Step ambassador Rob Palmer, whose BBC producer son Ellis attended Stick ‘n’ Step as a child, said: "This event was the usual great mix of excellent golf played in fantastic company. The auction was well attended too. I’d like to express my huge appreciation to everyone who organised the day and took part in it too, making it such a success."