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Paying our respects to Ray

PUBLISHED: 12:38 20 August 2008 | UPDATED: 13:20 24 August 2010

QPR have produced a commemorative match programme to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of Ray Jones this weekend. The 84-page programme for Saturday s game against Doncaster will include a series of tributes to the young striker, including a cent

QPR have produced a commemorative match programme to mark the one-year anniversary of the death of Ray Jones this weekend.

The 84-page programme for Saturday's game against Doncaster will include a series of tributes to the young striker, including a central 'Step Back in Time' section devoted entirely to Jones' brief Rangers career.

There will be no minute's applause or silence prior to kick-off, but fans can watch a montage of Jones in action and relevant interviews on the big screen above the School End from 2pm.

The programme costs £5, with 10 per cent of sales going to Eastside Young Leaders Academy, a charity nominated by Jones' mother Lorraine.

All other proceeds will go towards QPR Football in the Community projects.

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