OXFORD United's players raised almost £700 for NHS charities after an online boot auction finished yesterday.

Four players each donated a signed pair to the Boot the Virus appeal in response to the coronavirus pandemic.

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More than £70,000 was raised overall, with all proceeds going to the NHS.

Josh Ruffels's boots raised the most money in the whole of League One, going for £277.

Rob Dickie (£210) was joint second highest in the division, while Liam Kelly (£105.99) and Anthony Forde (£105) also added to the pot.