Rachel Riley has been known to spell out an array of crude words in the past, but the presenter was left noticeably mortified today as Nick Hewer told her she was "gagging for a hard one".
The contestants taking part in today's show had to make the number 700, but with a seven and a 100 at their disposal it was an extremely easy task.
Ex Isle of Wight and Shanklin Ladies player Maggie Murphy - who has played for clubs in the Netherlands, Germany, Guadeloupe, Tanzania and Rwanda - was one of the organisers of the all-female match at the top of the mountain.
The match was held to campaign for equality in sport by the Equal Playing Field organisation.
They’ve been joined by Denis Irwin, Mark Lawrenson, Billy Liddell, Neville Southall, Gordon Strachan and John Robertson.
The bubble blonde has also previously spelled out words like 'slutz' and 'erection'.
She took over from Carol Vorderman to present the Channel 4 programme in January 2009 and has now featured on over 1,000 episodes.
Maggie, who also works as global advocacy manager for anti-corruption agency Transparency International, said: "The match at the top was obviously one of the most unusual game experiences I have had.
Oxygen was limited ,so you were constantly short of breath.