HAMPSHIRE'S top cricketers took to the catwalk to raise funds for a local charity.

The afternoon of fashion and fundraising at the Ageas Bowl raised £20,000 for Hampshire Cricket in the Community.

Tom Alsop, Asher Hart, Ian Holland, Chris Sole, Brad Taylor, Reece Topley, Brad Wheal, Joe Weatherley and Chris Wood swapped their cricket whites for designer fashion.

And the event was MC’d by Premier League TV presenter Michael Kurn and supported by special guest Jason Burrill, actor, business man and winner of Big Brother 2016.

Some 240 ladies attended the third annual Lashes Lunch Fashion Show in the Rod Bransgrove Pavilion.

Guests enjoyed a Pinkster Gin and bubbles reception, shopping options at a range of pop-up outlets, followed by a stylish lunch, fundraising games and hair styling masterclass by international celebrity hairdresser, Guy Kremer.

Hampshire Cricket in the Community is the official charity of Hampshire Cricket and the Ageas Bowl which raises money to help improve the physical, mental and social wellbeing of people in its community with a specific focus on reducing childhood obesity.

Stuart Robertson, Director of Hampshire Cricket in the Community said: "This year’s Lashes Lunch was the biggest and best yet and the money raised will allow us to make a genuine positive impact in helping people in our community live healthier and happier lives."