Cray Wanderers raised £15,000 for the local Bromley Y charity at their 150th anniversary dinner at Oakley House.

Founded in 1860, the Wands are the second oldest football club in the world.

The charity ball was one of the special events that the Wands are staging during 2010 to celebrate their landmark 150th year.

Bromley Y is an independent charity that provides support and counselling for young people aged 11 to 23 in the Bromley borough.

The event attended by 350 people was also an opportunity for the Wands to make their 2009-10 end of season presentations, with club chairman Gary Hillman and manager Ian Jenkins handing out the awards to members of the team that played in the club's first-ever season in the Ryman Premier League.

Having already been voted the supporters' player of the season, striker Leigh Bremner stepped up to receive the players' player of the season award too.

The manager's player of the year award went to Cray's 17 year old prodigy George Porter, who has signed a two-year professional contract with Leyton Orient.

Club captain and centre half Mark Willy picked up the committee's player of the year trophy.