Brentford fans come together to raise money for Stan Bowles in their annual charity game on Saturday, among other events, including a quiz.
The Bees and QPR legend has been diagnosed with Alzheimer's Disease and supporters from both sets of clubs have been keen to offer their support.
A Griffin Park Grapevine XI claimed a 5-3 victory over Beesotted FC with a litany of former Bees, including Marcus Gayle, Stephen Hunt, Simon Royce, Kevin O'Connor, Richard Lee, David Hunt and Chris Moore representing both sides.
For Jamaica international Gayle, it was an honour to come back and show support for Bowles.
He said: “I think at times the game forgets people and the memories they bring. Today, people have taken the time out, it's been well organised.
“We had ex players turn up and, most importantly, the fans turned up. I was itching to play today. It was that bad I was doing a yoga session to make sure I was ready for it.
“It's a good cause in remembering Stan and giving him that respect and reflection that you're not forgotten, especially at this club.
“The pain started to seep in after. That was all part of the day and a good amount of money was raised for the cause.”
Ex Brentford keeper Richard Lee was lucky not to be sent off in the opening stages with referee Ashleigh Goodall not even booking the stopper for a deliberate handball outside the area.
The official caused family arguments after he, rightly, penalised his brother David in the penalty area. Jones stepped up but his penalty struck the post.
Beesotted did take the lead soon after as Stephen Hunt's overhead kick struck the post and then hit Simon Royce and ended up in the net.
The GPG were back on level terms after the break with David Hunt pulling the strings in the midfield and Michael Richards brilliantly levelled the scores.
Chris Moore, a QPR fan, wriggled his way through the GPG defence to give Beesotted the lead for the second time before Ben Jackson scored his first ever goal in 11 a side to make it 2-2.
The former Brentford striker reflected: “It was a huge honour (to be invited). Stan Bowles was a massive influence, even though I didn't see him play.
“He's a legend at both clubs. It felt good to be out there with a good bunch of lads.”
Two quick goals from 'BrandsHillBee' made it 4-2 to the GPG before Moore scored again to set up a grandstand finish.
But man of the match David Hunt put the ball through his good friend Richard Lee's legs to make it 5-3.
The star man said: “I'm always honoured whenever I'm asked to come back and for such a strong cause.
“I heard I was sponsored to come here but I want to put something towards it as I think it's important. It was a great turnout from the guys.”