IT was the David Graham show at Hillsborough as Wednesday came from behind to beat Town's reserves.
Graham, a former loan star at the Galpharm, put in a dazzling second-half display in this Pontin's Holidays League Central Division clash, to net a quality hat trick and walk away with the matchball.
With only a minute on the clock, Town got off to a dream start when John McAliskey teed up Mark Hudson for a delightful right-foot half volley from just inside the area which gave goalkeeper Chris Adamson no chance.
John Dungworth's young guns' dogged resistance was a feature of the first-half, but they were indebted to some excellent goalkeeping from Simon Eastwood.
He twice denied lively front-man Marcus Tudgay in the early stages, as the Terriers clung on to 1-0 advantage.
Although defensively solid, Town offered little as an attacking force in the opening 45 minutes, as the closest they came to adding to their lead was a Chris Brandon drive which sailed over the bar.
However, the Owls upped the tempo after the break and should have equalised within seven minutes thanks to new signing Jermaine Johnson.
The Jamaican international, unmarked, drove a wild right-foot effort into 'row z' when handily placed.
But the home side's pressure finally paid off on 55 minutes when Graham headed home from close range after a tremendous pull back by Peter Gilbert.
And two minutes later, the Scot turned the game on its head with an unstoppable 30-yard drive that Eastwood could only get a hand to but not keep out.
Town finished the game strongly, and went close to a leveller through substitute Shane Killock, whose header was narrowly off target.
Unfortunately Graham had other ideas, and in added time he sealed the victory by turning on a six-pence before slotting past the helpless Eastwood.
Town - Eastwood, Racchi, Skarz, Wilson, McCombe, McIntosh (Killock 45min), Hudson (Codman 83min), Ahmed, Hardy, McAliskey, Brandon (Akins 66min) Sub not used: Malcher.