The match began with appearances from the home club's youth teams before the adult sides slugged it out in an extraordinarily high-scoring game without conversions.
The Exiles side took their place in history when they joined the fray after five hours and so began the endurance test for the likes of Scott Browne, Dan Falvey, James Falvey, David Devlin-Jones and Ben Howard.
These players acquitted themselves well in a match where the score soared far into the hundreds. Needless to say, nobody was counting!
After the final whistle, an auction was held to raise money for Help for Heroes, the Royal British Legion and the Wooden Spoon charities.
One of the items was an Ireland rugby shirt signed by the Ireland squad and donated by the IRFU.