TOWN'S greatest living goalscorers were united at the Galpharm Stadium last night.
Former inside forward Les Massie - who netted 108 times for Town in 363 League and Cup appearances - was a guest of the club to present Andy Booth with a cut-glass memento of his century of strikes.
Booth became only the fifth player ever to notch three figures for Town when he scored at Cheltenham last season, and he's already added No101 this week against Stockport.
"I joked with Andy that if I'd played centre forward like him he would never have caught me up," smiled Les, who played for 13 years at Town until 1966.
"The game has changed such a lot nowadays. They get more injuries than we ever did but that's probably because they are moving a lot faster. It's quicker, both mentally and physically.
"I never thought it would take 38 years after I did it for someone else to score 100 goals for the club, but I enjoyed making the presentation and also the game."
Massie watches Town games only infrequently these days.
"The best chances were missed by Chesterfield," added the man who still meets up with Denis Law, Gordon Low and Jack Connor among other friends at least once a year.
"I think Town will hold their own this time. It's consolidation and then aim for something better next time."