JUST 47 seconds was all it took for Danny Ward to grab the three points for Town against Derby County at the John Smith’s Stadium.
In what was an entertaining game, Town dominated the first half and created some good chances whilst Derby saw most of the ball after the interval but created very few.
Stand-out players for the Terriers were Adam Hammill and Keith Southern, with James Vaughan running himself into the ground.
Peter Clarke and Joel Lynch stood firm in the centre of the defence and soaked up a second-half Derby assault.
That’s two home victories out of three now for Town (previously a 2 – 0 win against Burnley and a 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest.
Things are certainly looking good at the moment. The team seem to be really gelling, a great sign of things to come!
The next match sees us take on Blackpool at Bloomfield Road on Monday (7.45). The coach fare is now £10 not £10.50 and departure time is 4.45pm.
All coach departure times and costs up to Christmas are now on the website. For any queries, please contact 07926 165863 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Why not join HTSA? We are always looking for new members. For information on this and other HTSA initiatives and offers, visit the new-look website at www.htsa-online.co.uk or write to us c/o Wheawill & Sudworth, PO Box B30, 35 Westgate, HuddersfieldHD1 1PA.
And as ever, don’t forget about the ‘Guess the Crowd’ Twitter competition we run for home matches.
HTSA held its annual meeting last week. Please keep checking the website, where the chairman’s report and the full minutes will be published.