Legends from Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur have renewed their famous rivalry on a Hertfordshire golf course.
Stars like David Seaman and Glenn Hoddle competed at East Herts Golf Club, near the village of Standon, in aid of former Arsenal keeper Bob Wilson's charity Willow.
ITV Anglia's Raveena Ghattaura's went along to the event:
The foundation was set up in 1999 in honour of Wilson's late daughter Anna, who died of cancer aged 31. It provides days out for seriously ill adults aged 16-40.
The shot-stopper played for the Gunners 234 times in a career spanning from 1961-74.
He said: "I'm extending the hand of friendship, but it only goes as far as meeting them and saying goodbye. When we're out there its still Arsenal v Spurs North London rivalry.
"We're of an era where we used to kick lumps out of each other in derbies but we often used to have a drink afterwards."
At Monday's golf day, he and Seaman were joined on the Arsenal team by Alan Smith, Bobby Gould, Frank McLintock, George Graham and Ian Wright.
Their North London rivals featured Martin Chivers, Pat Jennings, Graham Roberts, Micky Hazard, Ossie Ardiles, Ray Clemence and Sir Trevor Booking (playing for Tottenham as a special guest) alongside Hoddle.
The fourballs clash, which is usually a slightly friendlier occasion than when the two sides meet on the pitch, has taken place every year since 2008. In that time, more than £85,000 has been raised for Willow.