Doncaster Rovers' youngsters have completed a tough two-day practice expedition in the Peak District.
The team - on a Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme - spent a night camping and trekked 26 kilometres on the trip.
Rovers' Learning Centre staff accompanied the youngsters on the challenge.
The group have been studying for the Bronze Award for four months.
As part of the course, the youngsters have completed sports training and earned coaching qualifications with the club's Learning Centre, in addition to voluntary work in the community.
Education Manager Jenna Cauwood went on the trip.
She said: "The learners did a great job putting their map reading skills into force, and we were really happy to see they had made their way back to camp safely and on time.
"It was a very hard couple of days, but they all felt proud when it was over - and we were all happy to get back to our own beds!"
The Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme is a youth charity dedicated to the personal development of young people from all backgrounds.
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