Town Reserves 2 - 2 Hull City Reserves - Pontins Holidays Premier Division. TOWN go behind, fight back superbly to take the lead and then concede a late equaliser in a 2-2 draw. Sounds familiar?
The 363 fans who watched at the McAlpine yesterday could be forgiven for an acute sense of deja vu because John Dungworth's grafting youngsters replicated the senior side's fortunes to a tee.
It hurt more, however, because Hull's equaliser came just nine seconds from the end of normal time through a Route One Steve Melton strike when it looked like Town would open their Pontins Holidays Premier Division campaign with three points.
Even that late disappointment, though, could not wipe the smile off Nathan Clarke's face.
He completed 61 minutes without problem on his return from serious knee trouble, applauded the crowd as he came off and was given a pat and a few words of encouragement by waiting manager Peter Jackson.
Town had gone behind after 52 minutes when Hull substitute Carl Regan raced straight down the centre to fire past Phil Senior.
Senior was twice stranded again as Clayton Donaldson sped unmarked through the centre, but he had one shot saved and another just wide as Hull missed their opportunity.
Town substitutes John McAliskey and wideman Michael Tunnacliffe made them pay.
Eight minutes from time, McAliskey chested down an Anthony Lloyd cross to flick a lovely left-foot finish past keeper Danny Harvey.
It was a smashing piece of skill from the Golcar teenager which had the fans on their feet and then, three minutes later, Tunnacliffe's floating cross cum shot looped over Harvey to put Town in the lead.
Hull seemed as though they were resigned to defeat, but just like Cambridge on the opening day of the season and Boston last Saturday against the first team, they hauled themselves back for a point.
Senior couldn't believe it and skipper Paul Scott reflected: "We've been mugged!"
It certainly felt that way, because Town - watched by former striker Delroy Facey - dominated the first 45 minutes and played some lovely football, albeit without a cutting edge around the box.
Dwayne Mattis played wide left and Jon Worthington up front alongside Steve Kenworthy, while most of Town's best moves involved Adnan Ahmed, who seems to be improving by the game.
It was Kenworthy's low cross for Worthington which brought the only real chance, however, but the keeper saved with his feet. A deflection off Holdsworth onto a post was the nearest Hull effort.
In the second half, Kenworthy rattled the woodwork with a cracking 20-yard volley, Worthington and Mattis drilled low shots towards the target and McAliskey, who livened up the attack and got stuck in, brought a fine save from Harvey with a rasping left-foot volley.
Town - Senior, Holdsworth, Lloyd, Holland, Clarke (Mirfin 61mins), Scott, Preston (McAliskey 61), Worthington, Kenworthy, Ahmed, Mattis (Tunnacliffe 80). Subs not used: Giles (Gkp), Washington.