DONATIONS are still pouring in to a High Wycombe family who arranged a charity football match in tribute to their son.

The Price family from Bowerdean Road have so far raised more than £12,000 from the game, which they held in memory of their son, Roger, 34, who died in November - but money is still coming in.

And although his mum, Pat, 63, is recovering from organising the family's first-ever fundraiser, she may have plans for another event some time in the future.

She said: "I wouldn't rule it out but I don't know whether there will be. But at the moment I think we just want to get over this and sort of think about things in the future."

All the money raised from the match, played at the David Beckham Academy in Greenwich, London, is going to Leukaemia Care and Pancreatic Cancer UK - the disease Roger died from after a year-long battle. Friends also helped run the day and donated prizes for a raffle and auction.

The former John Hampden Grammar School student was a big Wycombe Wanderers fan and while living in London he played for the Ealing Association Football Club. The team played against a side made up of Roger's friends and family at the charity match last month.

Pat said: "We were very surprised that friends and family beat the other team 4-1.

"It was really good. It was a pleasure to meet some of his football friends as well because some of them we'd never met before, but we'll definitely keep the charity as ours.

"If what we're doing can save one person's life, we'd be grateful.

"Everybody's pleased with the amount that was raised, it was far beyond our expectations."

Roger also enjoyed playing golf and was a keen cricket fan, which Pat thought could provide inspiration for any future fundraising events. She added: "He was into all sorts of sports, he certainly lived life to the full."

Pat wanted to thank Roger's school friends Adrian, Phil, Tim and Charlie who helped organise the match and staff at the David Beckham Academy.