Wealdstone will be hosting a charity match against a Queens Park Rangers legends side on Sunday to celebrate two great servants of the club.

A Stones legends side will play QPR legends at Grosvenor Vale in a match to raise funds for Wealdstone Foundation Trust and QPR Trust, recognising the contributions of Gordon Bartlett and Leo Morris.

Team manager Gordon Bartlett was in charge of Wealdstone for 22 years until 2017. He took the team to eighth place in the National League South – at the time their highest finish since 1988.

In the time he was at the helm, the club won two league titles, one play-off final and reached the semi-finals of the FA Trophy.

Bartlett’s assistant manager Morris is still involved at the club nearly 25 years after joining.

The QPR team is expected to include a number of well-known players including Marc Bircham, Martin Rowlands, Gareth Ainsworth, Terrell Forbes, Danny Shittu, Kevin Gallen, Steve Gallen, Marcus Bean, Tommy Smith, Jamie Cureton, Dennis Oli and Bradley Simmonds. The Stones side will feature members of the 2014 Ryman Premier Division title-winning team.

Kick-off is at 2pm at Grosvenor Vale and admission is £5 for adults, £2 for concessions and Under-18s and free for Under-14s.