Paul had 34% of the vote and Wales legend Joey 20%.
One fan said of Paul: "He was classy and had so much time."
Another said: "Paul Jones was simply the best defender I have ever seen play for Town."
On Joey, another added: "Nothing went past Joey not with the ball anyway!"
Brian Stanton a bargain s15,000 buy from Bury was selected in central midfield in the 70s team of the decade and was picked by fans again, this time on the right flank.
Twice a promotion winner, one fan said: "He provided balance, created and scored goals and also covered for Mally Browns overlaps!"
In central midfield, fans went for a formidable partnership with Mick Kennedy and Ian Banks top of the poll.
Tough-tackling Kennedy played for two years between 1980, when he signed from Halifax, and 1982, when he left for Portsmouth, and one fan wrote: "He covered a lot of ground and was a good organiser."
On Banks, signed from Leicester in 1986 and who went on to captain the club, another said: "He was good on the ball but could put in a tackle as well."
On the left hand side of midfield, David Cowling took 57% of the vote, well ahead of his nearest rival Chris Marsden.
One fan said: "He was underrated by too many. He was an excellent crosser of the ball and scored some really important goals."
Another added: "A quality left foot. If only he was still playing now!"
Up front the choice was between Ian Robins, Colin Russell, Dale Tempest, Craig Maskell, Steve Kindon and Duncan Shearer.
Powerful Scot Shearer and the highly-popular Kindon, each with exactly the same number of votes finished top of the poll.
One fan said: "Steve Kindon scared the life out of me, and I was only watching!"
Another commented: "Kindo never knew a game was lost, while Duncan Shearer was just quality."
Finally, one said: "Both were quality players."
Your 1960s dream team was: Terry Poole, Derek Parkin, Ray Wilson, Trevor Cherry, Roy Ellam, Kevin McHale, Jimmy Nicholson, Jimmy McGill, Les Massie, Tony Leighton and Mike OGrady.
Your 1970s dream team was: Terry Poole, Malcolm Brown, Geoff Hutt, Dave Sutton, Keith Hanvey, Brian Stanton, Peter Hart, Dick Krzywicki, Colin Dobson, Frank Worthington and Jimmy Lawson.