A host of former Boston Town players rolled back the years to raise money for Kris Jones.
The charity game, which featured record-breaking club legends Paul Goodhand, Gary Bull and Dave Scotney, finished 2-2.
Even former manager Bob Don-Duncan had a run out at the age of 68!
But more importantly, the match raised around £1,000 for Kris, who is still recovering from a serious road accident which meant he was in hospital for a year.
The former Sleaford and Boston Town player was given a guard of honour before and after the game, which was organised by Goodhand, Ollie Pinner, Mark Foster and Lori Borbely.
Kris and Bob's team took a 2-0 lead in the first half thanks to Lori Borbely and Mark Foster.
But two second half Goodhand goals for the team managed by Darren Bevan and Leigh Taylor saw the encounter end all-square.
Other players who took part in the game, which was refereed by former Poachers goalkeeper Simon Ward, included Jon Rowan, Nigel Vince, Jason Vaughan, Lee Orrey, Matt Price, Derrick Nuttell and many more.
The game was sponsored by DWB Timber Engineering, Newton Fallowell and Ollie Pinner Electrical and a buffet was kindly provided afterwards by Kayleigh Pinner.
Kris later posted on Twitter: "I can't show enough appreciation to the Boston Town lads, it sincerely aids my recovery."