07:37AM, Sunday 14 October 2012
Actors and former professional players showed off their silky football skills when they took to the pitch in Maidenhead today.
More than 500 people turned out to watch a Maidenead United XI take on the Arsenal Legends at York Road.
Among the stars on the Arsenal side were Royal Family actor Ralf Little, Mean Machines film star Robbie Gee, and former Arsenal player Jimmy Carter.
The side also included winner’s of the Advertiser’s online auction, Chris Jones and Michael Acton.
Maidenhead's team included Magpies first team manager Johnson Hippolyte, former Blackburn striker Simon Garner, and Advertiser reporter Daniel Darlington.
The score was 3 - 0 to Arsenal FC's charity team.
The fixture was raising cash to be split between the Link Foundation, Arsenal Charitable Trust and Thames Valley and Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust.
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