TOWN'S LDV Vans Trophy opponents Morecambe were involved in one of the most exciting matches I've ever seen.
That was on November 25, 1997, when they visited the Welfare Ground for an FA Cup first-round replay against Emley.
It was 1-1 at 90 minutes and, even when Glynn Hurst struck a superb second for Emley with only 11 minutes of extra-time remaining, little did the crowd (bigger than the population of Emley!) realise what was in store.
The phsychology was incredible.
Emley thought they had the game in the bag until Jim Harvey's Conference high fliers turned it on its head with two goals in four minutes, the second in the final minute of scheduled time.
Incredibly, with only 23 seconds left, substitute Gary Marshall - on the field for only eight minutes - scored to level at 3-3 with the vast majority in a crowd of 2,439 hardly daring to believe what they were seeing.
It was enough to earn a dramatic shoot-out in which goalkeeper Chris Marples made three tremendous saves while teammates Ian Banks, Deiniol Graham and Steve Nicholson all scored to take Emley through.
It was finally all over at 10.41pm and many Town fans were among the gate that night.
They also followed Emley's progress past Lincoln City in the second round to that marvellous meeting with West Ham at Upton Park in the third, when Paul David's goal looked like earning a replay until John Hartson saved the top-flight club's blushes.
Town will be hoping there is no such excitement when Harvey brings the Christie Park side to this corner of West Yorkshire on the 28th of this month (7.45).
Manager Peter Jackson and his team will be aiming to complete a quick, clinical first-round job to erase two of the few painful memories from last season.
Not only did they go out of the FA Cup to Conference opposition in Accrington Stanley, but they crashed out in the second round of the LDV just a few days earlier - it was their opening tie because of a first-round bye - when going down 2-0 at Carlisle.
Town will not be opening the John Smith's or Panasonic stands for the tie against Morecambe, who were in League action at Barnet today.
Prices in the Lawrence Batley Stand upper and lower tiers will be £6 for adults, £3 for seniors and £1 for Under 16s.
It is £3 for students on production of ID at the ticket office.
The South Stand will be open for travelling Morecambe fans.
TOWN Reserves are back in action at the Galpharm Stadium next week.
Visitors in the Pontin's Holidays Division I East on Wednesday (2.00) are Scunthorpe United, who will be buoyant as their first team are top of Coca-Cola League II.