LIVERPOOL legend Robbie Fowler and comedian Stan Boardman were among stars who took part in a charity golf day for children's charity Stick'n'Step.

The event, at Pryors Hayes Golf Club on Bank Holiday Monday, raised £26,000 for the organisation, which helps children with cerebral palsy to find their independence.

The day included an auction, raffle and many golf challenges.

Robbie Fowler teamed up with his old Anfield team mate Jason McAteer, one-time Everton rival Tony Grant and Sky Sports commentator Rob Palmer to claim the first team prize in the very competitive

The revelation of the winning scores were kept until last as comedian Stan Boardman and former contestant on BBC's The Voice star Ally Mac kept the guests entertained in the clubhouse.

Rob Palmer, who is a Stick 'n' Step ambassador and one of the founders of the charity, said: "It's amazing to see so many people supporting us year in, year out.

"It has all of the trappings and organisation of a top corporate event at an affordable price for the amateur golfer.”

There was a re 'uniting' of Old Trafford legends Frank Stapleton, Alex Stepney, Arthur Albiston and Stuart Pearson as well as teams captained by Everton greats Kevin Ratcliffe and Derek Mountfield.

Just four points separated the top five prize-winning teams, but the event was won by Fowler and co with an incredible 91 points.

Rob Palmer said: "He was more Rickie Fowler than Robbie Fowler."

Stick'n'Step's operations manager Sarah Smithson said: "Rob's son Ellis was one of the first children to attend sessions at Stick'n'Step and now he’s living independently and has a career as a journalist at the BBC.

"We now have nearly 100 children attending conductive education sessions at our two centres in Wallasey and Runcorn.

"Once again, our supporters and sponsors have made the most tremendous effort to make our annual golf day a huge success.

"We would like to thank everyone who played or helped to make it happen.

"This is one of our most important events of the year. and it has provided a fantastic boost to our fundraising."