LIFELONG Huddersfield Town fan Sally Peckett was the winner of a competition to name five trucks after her footballing heroes.
And she met two of them when she was presented with her prize of a signed Town shirt.
Netherton-based haulage firm The Pink Link Ltd ran the contest to give Town fans the chance to name five of the company’s 10 new trucks.
Supporters were invited to submit the names of their top five players of all time. More than 10,000 e-mails were sent out and thousands of supporters responded.
Sally, who lives in Longwood, was chosen as the winner. She received her prize of a signed Town shirt from former Town skipper Trevor Cherry and present-day favourite striker Andy Booth.
They were joined by Pink Link directors Richard Allen and Vicki Davenport.
Sally also “crowned” two of the trucks with their new names – “Trevor Cherry” and “Boothy”.
The other players chosen for the striking new trucks are Steven Kindon, Frank Worthington and Denis Law.
The Pink Link Ltd, formed in 1981, operates a fleet of vehicles which have become a familiar sight on the roads.