Celebrities, sports people and fans joined together for a charity event created by a Bromham man.
The UK’s first ever Hoops Aid sawBritain’s basketball community come together to raise the awareness of the sheer pleasure that sport can deliver .
It was inspired by Lance Haggith, of Bromham, who founded the Sports Traider chain of community shops.
More than 5,000 spectators gathered at former London Olympics venue the Copperbox on Sunday to watch a selection of fun games involving celebrities, professional players, community players and the disabled.
Famous names included the likes of former rugby legend Martin Offiah, sprinter John Regis and GB players Yorrick Williams and Jamal.
And boxing star David Haye made an appearance at the event too.
The celebrities were managed by former Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy.
The day also featured an impressive array of music from American billboard diva Sophia May and her talented beau D-Jukes, whilst there were pom-pom raising cheerleading routines too.
Lance, the winner of the 2010 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Unsung Hero award, is the father of England under 16 protege Ellis Haggith, who was allowed out of hospital, where he is receiving treatment, for the day to enjoy the spectacle.