Alan Maybury thanked Hibernian supporters who helped him and his daughter Grace to raise over £3,300 for Maggie's after they both ran for charity on Sunday.
Maggie's Edinburgh is a Cancer Caring Centre located at the Western General Hospital (click here to learn more about Maggie's).
Former Republic of Ireland internationalist Maybury, 34, put on his running shoes to participate in the Bupa Edinburgh 10k and recorded a finish time of 43:53 while his daughter Grace completed the 1.5k race.
Via his Twitter (@TeddyMaybs) and the official Hibernian website, Maybury managed to drum up substantial support from team-mates, officials and supporters in order to raise funds for a worthy cause.
Maybury said: "I would like to thank everyone for all their donations. A lot of generous people contributed to raising funds for a great cause.
"I loved doing it - it was a great day and I felt surprisingly good at the end of it. At times, it was hard going, but downhill on the Royal Mile with my daughter and wife cheering me on at the bottom my competitive streak kicked in.
"I was determined to beat 45 minutes and managed to do it. We raised a few thousand pounds for Maggie's and that was the main aim."