FORMER Town favourite Peter Dinsdale is hoping to toast a double sporting success on Monday.
Now living in Canada, he still keeps close tabs on Town, and will be following their fortunes in Cardiff.
But the television will without doubt be tuned into ice hockey's Stanley Cup final.
That's because son-in-law Dave Lowry is one of the Calgary Flames stars who has shot the minnows into a big showdown with Tampa Bay Lightning.
The best-of-seven series starts today and could come to a conclusion on Monday, the date of the fourth showdown.
Tampa are the overwhelming favourites, and no Canadian side has won the trophy since 1993.
Calgary finished sixth in the Western Conference of the National Hockey League, uncertain of even making the play-offs until the final days of the regular season.
But since then, they have toppled three divisional champions, Vancouver, Detroit and San Jose, to reach the final for the first time since claiming their only Stanley Cup success back in 1989.
Lowry, a 39-year-old from Ontario, broke into top-level ice hockey with London in 1982.
His first Canadian club was Vancouver, and he has also played for St Louis, Florida and San Jose in the U SA. He joined Calgary in 2000.
Dinsdale played 239 times for Town from 1959-67, and later joined Bradford Park Avenue.
He first moved to Canada to play for Vancouver Royals alongside Bobby Robson in 1968.