WHAT could we do mid-Olympics but return for a second look at the sporting scene in Huddersfield, this time in 1991.
Nationally, it was a quiet year in sport with no Olympics or major football championships although the cup final that year was one to remember with Tottenham Hotspur beating Nottingham Forest 2-1 to win the cup for a then record-breaking eighth time.
Click below to see our 1991 gallery.
Paul Gascoigne’s brilliance had put Spurs in the final, but he was so pumped up he made two rash challenges early on and the second one ended with him tearing his cruciate ligaments and he was stretchered off.
In golf Ian Woosnam won the Masters while Payne Stewart triumphed in the US Open.
In horse-racing Garrison Savannah galloped to glory in the Cheltenham Gold Cup, while Seagram won the Grand National and Generous came first in the Derby.
Brazil’s Ayrton Senna won the Formula One championship, three years before his tragic death at the San Marino Grand Prix in May, 1994.
Tiger Woods was just 15 then but he was already making waves by winning the US Junior Amateur title.
Another youngster just emerging was Town’s Andy Booth and here he is in this early line-up with Town juniors as they qualified for the first round of the FA Youth Cup by beating Lancaster City 8-0 at Leeds Road.
Part of the reason for the thumping victory was the fact the Lancastrians turned up with only 10 men and then another player was sent off early in he game. Andy Booth – who has gone on to become a legend at the club – was on the scoresheet. The victorious team is (back, from left) Wayne McKenzie, Simon Collins, Andrew Booth, Paul Thompson, Brendan Aspinall, Thomas Mooney and Stephen Payne and (front, from left) Rodney Rowe, Marc Forrest, John Dysart, Anthony Brennan, Scot Whithead and Sean Wood.