Rugby players from Camborne School of Mines (CSM) are planning to sport the most horrific haircuts they can possibly pull off in order to raise money for Sport in Mind Charity. 

The fundraiser comes as the side prepare to host Royal School of Mines (RSM) in their annual clash. 

Known as the 'Bottle Match'  it is one of the oldest University Varsity games in the UK with records stating it first took place in 1902. 

The two schools meet every year in February to battle it out on the pitch for the honour of lifting the trophy which is a huge bottle. 

The venue alternates every year between the two colleges in London and Cornwall.

It is a team tradition that those who are yet to make their Bottle Match debut should have a special trim for the game. 

CSM are raising money for Sport in Mind, a mental health sports charity that aims to deliver physical activity in partnership with the NHS. 

As of writing the team have raised £216 of their £500 deadline which they aim to achieve before the match takes place on Saturday, February 26 at Penryn Rugby Club. 

You can donate to the fundraiser by clicking here.