The Huddersfield Town fans that made the short journey to South Yorkshire to cheer on their team against Rotherham certainly made themselves heard.
Loud and proud, they filled the stand behind the goal that Town were attacking in the second half, and the atmosphere they created was a welcome backdrop to what as often a scrappy game.
A total of 1,852 supporters made the journey and the players and manager were quick to show their appreciation after full time.
They were rewarded by a 1-1 draw - Nahki Wells again on the scoresheet with his 18th goal of the season to cancel out Greg Halford's opener.
The Bermudian striker only extended his claims to be named Town Player of the Year , with many fans taking to social media to point out just how crucial his contributions have been this season.
He had another chalked off for offside, the assistant referee's flag going up (correctly) to curtail the joyous celebrations of supporters of the blue and white striped persuasion.
Were you one of the fans who made the trip? Or do you know someone who did?
Watch the video above or scroll through the gallery below to see if you were papped by our photographer.