Tomorrow's clash with Brighton at the John Smith’s Stadium is massive for Town.
The visitors are chasing a play-off place while Mark Robins side produced a much-improved performance from Town at Derby (despite the 3-1 defeat including two red cards),
With us only six points clear of safety, support from the fans is vital.
So, Town fans, the message from HTSA is clear – get behind the lads and help them achieve a result which can push us over the line!
Robins called for more from the team against Derby, and that was what he got.
After disappointing back-to-back home results against Bolton and Ipswich respectively, a reaction was needed and the Terriers held the home side for the majority of the first half.
It was great to see Nahki Wells add to his tally, and he gave Town the lead in the 14th minute.
Prior to the goal, Ward had a stonewall penalty turned down by referee Darren Deadman which infuriated Towns travelling fans (who gave the players excellent backing all afternoon).
The Rams equalised in the 28th minute through Johnny Russell and went on to win after Joel Lynch and Peter Clarke both saw red.
Town didn’t fold even further when reduced to nine men, however, and the performance overall was much improved from recent matches.
A massive match now tomorrow sees us take on Brighton at the John Smith’s, while next up for HTSA Travel is the trip to Yeovil Town at Huish Park on Easter Monday – April 21.
HTSA welcome three visitors from Denmark for the trip – Dave Durrands, Martin Møller, and Rasmus Pedersen.
By the way, the coach for Yeovil is now full!
After that it’s the final away match of the season at Watford on Saturday May 3.
Departure is 6.45am for a 12.15pm kick off. The coach leaves from the Stadium and is priced at £14.50 for HTSA members and £16.50 for non members.
HTSA Members travelling on the coach will also be in with a chance of winning £270 in the ‘Free’ draw.
Details are also provided on the HTSA website – www.htsa-online.co.uk as well as social media sites Facebook (HTSA) and Twitter (@officialhtsa).
To book telephone 07905 580784.
Everyone at HTSA would like to wish those taking part in Pedal for Pounds 5 the very best of luck on The Chapman Trail.
Once again in aid of the Keep It Up Campaign, chairman Dean Hoyle, commercial director Sean Jarvis and club ambassador Andy Booth will be joining around 300 others in cycling from the Emirates Stadium back to Huddersfield to raise funds for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance charity and the Town Academy.
The club’s previous four bike rides have already contributed over £600,000 to the £980,000 raised for the campaign so far since 2009.
The event will begin early next Wednesday, April 23, with coaches leaving from PPG Canalside to London and then cyclists will be pedalling back from around midday.
They will move on to Cambridge, Leicester and Doncaster, returning to Huddersfield in time for the final home match of the season against Leicester City on Saturday, April 26.
Meanwhile, the Supporters Association are hoping to have a couple of people who are able to represent Town in Wrexham’s Snowdon Walk.
The walk is on Sunday, June 29, and anyone taking part needs to be reasonably fit and healthy.
It offers the chance to raise cash for Town or the Trust, so the sooner we can get a couple of people registered, the sooner they can start to collect sponsor money.
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