A ardent footballer was found hanged from goalposts on a football field, an inquisition heard.
Lauren Brown, 20, was found passed on the football margin off Far Lane, Hepworth, nearby Holmfirth, on Thursday evening, Sep 28.
Police contend her death is not being treated as suspicious.
Lauren, who was due to applaud her 21st birthday after this month, played for the Hepworth United Football Club’s ladies team.
On Sunday, around 60 friends and team-mates collected at the bar to lay flowers, recover balloons in the club’s colours and illuminated candles in a touching tribute.
The bar cancelled games as a symbol of honour after her comfortless passing.
At the time a bar orator described Lauren as a ‘lovely, sunny impression who was bubbly around everybody.
‘She was renouned with the whole group and has played for us for a couple of seasons, it has come as a finish shock.’
In 2015, when she was 18, Lauren was shortlisted for a Huddersfield Examiner village endowment in the Student Community difficulty as a dedicated volunteer, air cadet and football coach.
She was a sergeant at Huddersfield 59 Squadron of the Air Cadets and a football manager and manager who promoted women’s football at Lepton Highlanders.
She was study at Huddersfield New College and was nominated by Student Engagement Manager Lee Speight, who said: ‘Lauren has been an active and successful partial of her community.’
A bar orator pronounced it was ancillary a JustGiving appeal, set up by Lauren’s crony Laura Watts, to lift income for a commemorative trophy.
Laura posted on the JustGiving site: ‘Sadly we lost this pleasing girl from the lives. One of her passions was personification football at Hepworth football club.
‘We are trying to lift as much income as probable for the bar and also to buy a commemorative prize so her memory lives on via the years to come.’
A sum of 40 supporters have so distant donated some-more than £400 on the page.
The bar orator said: ‘On Sunday the whole patrol and her friends met at the representation to lay flowers, recover balloons in the club’s colours and light candles. We done certain everybody was okay; there were lots of tears.’
The inquisition at Bradford Coroner’s Court has been non-stop and shelved to a future date.