A city chess club is hoping to benefit from the Tele’s Community Chest.
Along with a host of groups in Dundee and beyond, Castlehill Chess Club is in the running for a share of £10,000.
Based at Dundee University, the club has been on the go since the 1970s and has a mix of junior and adult members.
And it is hoped a cash boost from the competition will help bring through future generations of chess whizzes.
Competition organiser Ray Noble said: “The club started in the late 1970s and we play in competitions across Scotland against other clubs in Dundee as well as some in Perth and Kirkcaldy.
“We now have our junior chess club on the go since we moved to the chaplaincy centre at the University of Dundee.
“Part of the money would go towards their education and getting professional coaches in to come and teach them.
“The club is all run by volunteers and while myself and some of the other members are keen players, coaching is an entirely different thing.
“We were in the Community Chest for 2012-13 where we were in the lower section but we’ve now grown into the middle section so we’re definitely building.”
The club – which has landed a haul of trophies over the last few decades – boasts one of the finest young minds in Tayside as a member.
Agnijo Banerjee, 16, has won numerous prizes for mathematics across Europe.
Mr Noble added: “This money would be fantastic for us – as a voluntary club we rely on membership fees and it would go towards helping the juniors who really are the lifeblood of the club going forward.
“It would be a big help towards travel costs for competitions as well.”
All the club needs to do to be in with a chance to grab a share of the money is to collect at least 50 tokens by this Saturday.
To be in with a chance of securing some funds for your group, enter via thetele.co.uk/ promotions today.