With his terminally ill grandmother in mind, a man has bowled twelve strikes in a row in Stroud at a charity tournament.

Peter Stevenson fits classic and F1 car upholstery by day but when he clocks off he is often found at Stroud Bowl, which held the first Strike Out Cancer tournament this weekend in aid of five charities.

Aside from raising a whopping £9400 - around £2500 came from a head shave by Alex McCarthy - one of the highlights of the tournament was a perfect game bowled by Peter.

That means a strike in every one of the twelve frames of a game, resulting in a maximum score of 300.

Afterwards Peter said: “Loved the weekend as it was for a great cause and it brought lots of people together.

“The 300 was quiet special as my nan unfortunately has terminal cancer and other family members have had it before so was nice to do something for them.”

Though not fully pro, Peter has a sponsorship from US ball manufacturer by - and his perfect game on Saturday was actually his twelfth.

He plays at most of the tournaments Stroud Bowl hosts and even manages the alley occasionally.

You might see a perfect game from Peter yourself when he plays at the national champs at Stroud Bowl through March.