It was all back to Wish Park for one final grass game of the season as the old girl hosted a crackerjack affair with both teams sharing the spoils on Whitey's 100th cap.
He can thank John Curry for preserving his unbeaten run, as the winger netted from close range with only 4 minutes remaining.
That was the final goal of a pulsating match which saw both teams lead at different times.
Skins probably settled the better, but they were undone when the returning Greenwood showed his class with a inch perfect ball releasing Deen who finished past Tricker for 1-0.
That goal was cancelled out ten minutes later when a simple passing move resulted in Beebee sweeping home from a White centre.
Bibs were a little rattled at this stage and couldn't retain possession. Skins forced a free kick and Trickers effort deflected off Wilson and beat Virgo in goal for 2-1 skins.
Just before half time the diminutive Virgo handled the ball close to the goal when back out on pitch. The ball was sailing high and wide and the benefit of the doubt was given and no penalty awarded.
The briefest of change arounds at half time resulted in immediate dividends for Bibs who levelled within 30 seconds without one Skins player touching the ball.
The time it was Green who finished well past Hunt in goal.
2-2 and what followed was bibs best spell of the match as they pinned Skins back.
The KoW added to his impressive recent tally when his long range shot took a slight deflection and went in for 3-2.
Minutes later the King put in a ridiculously poor challenge on Curry when he slid in and missed the ball by five yards!
Eason had to pull off a save out of the top draw when a cross come shot was deflected by Harley and the big keeper was able to readjust and get a big hand to the shot deflecting it off the post and wide.
He almost blundered minutes later when spilling a simple cross and Ridley was on hand to poke the ball goalwards but the giant arm stretched back and clawed it off the line to keep the scoreline close.
Green having a fine match was played in by Deen also playing well and he finished corner of the net for 4-2 with only twelve minutes remaining.
At the other end Beebee had two great opportunities one where he completely air kicked and the other he hit the post. White also hit the post and Skins were starting to feel it wouldn't be their night.
The game changed when Hunt surging once again from midfield again hit the post from 15 yards but this time the ball rebounded in as the youngster ran into the Wish Park bushes to retrieve the ball, fist pumping encouraging his team mates.
Minutes later a roar that woke much of Wish Park and the surrounding well off BN3 neighbourhood came when Whitey on his 100th cap raced down the right, his inviting centre was tapped home by Curry as grown men started cheering like Scousers on Giro day.
4-4 and the drama hadn't finished yet. Deen roasted Eason with ease and crossed centre goal. A scramble ensued with Skins unable to clear fully, the ball hit the inside of the post and straight into the relieved Beebee's arms on the goal line.
Bibs looked the more likely and when time keeper for the evening Ridley hit a reasonable shot which cleared the bar by 4 inches he wheeled away in orgasmic celebration fist and jaw clenched. Unfortunately for him the other fifteen players saw the ball went high so quickly the goal was ruled out. Pete tried to play there was a shot in 2014 that was that height and it was in trick, but no one was falling for it this time.
A fair result and definitely a contender for match of the season this Summer. The next four are all 7-8:30 at Brighton Uni £5 per person 8 aside.
MOTM - Another tough call between the Tom's. Hunt edges Green just but call outs to Whitey & Deen who also starred this evening.
Hunt takes it for a dynamic all round performance in particular the first half where Skins had more of the play.