Four South Shields fans showed they were game for a laugh by taking part in a half-time dizzy penalty challenge.
The resurgent Northern League club ran a competition on its Facebook page last week to find supporters willing to take on the challenge.
Mark Burns, Andy Gardner, Steven Dodd and Chris Randall were the lucky four chosen to take part during the interval of Saturday’s home game against Ryton & Crawcrook Albion.
The challenge involves spinning around a ball placed on the 18-yard line 13 times, and then trying to take a penalty.
The taker is left feeling dizzy - hence the name of the challenge, which was originally devised to raise awareness of the Global Goals anti-poverty campaign.
The game was watched by a crowd of 1,045 - Shields’ biggest at home for 20 years, and they won 4-0.
Steven Dodd was the victor in the dizzy penalty challenge, winner a copy of PC game Football Manager 2016.
• Pictures by Peter Talbot.