Oliver Smith with Sheppey's Pitbull and other wrestlers at a charity match
A wrestling match has helped raise funds for two good causes.
Sheppey’s own UK Pitbull organised the event at Sheerness East Working Men’s Club, Halfway.
The Oliver Smith Appeal - A Sheerness Times Guardian campaign
It was to raise money for the Oliver Smith Appeal, which is to support the four-year-old from Minster who has the childhood cancer neuroblastoma, and UK Homes 4 Heroes, which raises awareness of the plight of homeless ex-servicemen.
As well as a four-man knockout tournament for the Oliver Smith trophy, there were other matches featuring wrestlers including Mexican Eagle and WWE champion The Phantom.
Altogether it raised £1,250 – £450 will go to the military charity and £800 to Oliver’s appeal, boosting the total to £97,026.
Oliver’s mum Natalie, of Coral Road, said: “A great night was had by all.
“Oliver loved it and even won on the raffle.”