They faced thunder, lightning, torrential downpours and humid heat - but nothing would stop a group of hardy golfers determined to honour a friend.

Dan Rooney and Jonathon Dawes have run a competition to raise money for charity in the name of the late Sean Crozier for the past four years.

This year they were faced with the restrictions of the Covid-19 lockdown and social distancing.

Then, when they decided that, instead of a tournament, they would challenge themselves to complete 100 holes, or five rounds of the Maryport Golf Club, they discovered they were holding the event on the same day that the Met Office had issued a warning of severe weather.

The two men were joined by 11 others, including Maryport club captain Chris Burford.

. The men raised over £4,000 on their JustGiving page and around £500 from a bucket collection on the day. The money will be shared between Smile for Miley and Ezra Burns.