A sister and brother have walked off with a tennis club's most popular - and unique - annual prize.

Stebbing Tennis Club held its annual mixed doubles charity tournament, affectionately known as the Gnome Tournament due to the large garden gnome trophy.

There was a total of 12 couples battling it out to raise funds for the Royal Papworth Hospital in memory of Evie, daughter of former chairwoman Emma Wooding.

A spokeswoman for the Whitehouse Road-based club said: "We were blessed with dry weather and play continued throughout the day with the china gnome finally being won by Hollie Jamieson and her brother Greig Dowding.

"Thank you to all who supported the event which raised £520 for the charity."