Cricketers from Sheffield have joined a global tribute to Australian batsman Phil Hughes who died after being struck by a ball.
Phil died on Thursday, aged 25, two days after he was struck on the back of the head by a delivery as he played for South Australia against New South Wales.
Cricket fans and players have been using their bats to pay tribute to him.
Thousands of people have posted photographs on Twitter, using the hashtags #putoutyourbats and #putyourbatout.
Among those to take part are current England star Joe Root, from Dore, and former England captain Michael Vaughan, a former Silverdale School pupil who lives in Baslow.
Joe, aged 23, who attended Dore’s King Ecgbert School, joined his England team-mates in lining up their bats outside their dressing room in Colombo, Sri Lanka, where the team are currently on tour.
Michael, now a TV cricket pundit, said on Twitter: “I just cannot believe it.
“Just far too young. He was only doing the job he loved, and was brilliant at it.”
Other stars to get involved include Shane Warne and Piers Morgan.