A football match between rival military police units helped raise more than £600 for a cancer charity.
Officers from the local Military Police Guard Service triumphed over their RAF Lossiemouth counterparts 4-3 at Elgin City FC’s Borough Briggs ground.
Organiser, RAF Lossiemouth’s Corporal Bobby McDowall regarded the day as a success despite his side emerging on the losing end.
He said: “It was an exciting game for the spectators who attended, though we were all aching from it afterwards.
“The game was played in good spirits and any late tackles made were down to fatigue more than anything else.”
All funds from the friendly exhibition match went to Cancer Research UK.
The game had special significance for the RAF team’s Corporal Peter Swierczek, who survived testicular cancer.
He said: “It was this time two years ago that I finished treatment, and I’m grateful to Cancer Research UK for all they have done to help fight the disease.”