A TOWN fan living in Australia was back in Huddersfield to watch his beloved team at the weekend.
Peter Williams joined twin Jim - who lives in Banbury, Essex - to cheer on the Terriers in their Galpharm clash with Carlisle.
Peter, who lives in Sydney, is one of a dozen expats who make up the New South Wales Huddersfield Town Supporters Club.
The brothers, aged 39, have been ardent Town fans since they were boys, watching Mick Buxton's team win the old Fourth Division title.
Both grew up in Almondbury and went to Almondbury High School and Huddersfield New College.
Jim left Huddersfield in 1989, when he went to study history at Kent University in Canterbury.
Peter left home about the same time, to train in London to be a nurse.
Jim is an occupational therapist while Peter is a registered nurse at a hospital in Sydney.
He emigrated in 2003 after three years at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary.
Said Jim: "We used to meet up in London when we were students and travel from King's Cross to watch Town at home.
"We'd usually have a few pints in the Slubbers Arms at Hillhouse before the match, then travel back the same night.
"This is the first time I've seen Town this season, although I get to some of the away games.
"Peter hasn't seen them since the play-off match against Barnsley last season.
"A satellite channel showed the game in Australia - and Pete and some other expats found a pub in which to watch the match at four in the morning!" said Jim.
The brothers were welcomed to Saturday's match with a half-time loudspeaker announcement.
And they also found time for a pre-match pint in The Slubbers.