IF that was Adam Hammill’s final appearance for Huddersfield Town, then he signed off in style!
His trickery and persistence paid off as he scampered across the Birmingham penalty area, twisted and turned a couple of defenders, then unleashed a curling left foot drive past diving keeper Jack Butland and into the top corner to draw Town level.
In what was another particularly frustrating match, Town started the better with some nice passing movements and raids, but fell behind to a Callum Reilly goal shortly before half time.
Town, however, had a few chances in the second half and Birmingham had Butland to thank for some top-class saves.
Sean Scannell had a great game and started to show glimpses of his capabilities.
All in all, it was a point gained but one that still leaves us with no wins in 11 matches.
Let’s hope that changes at Watford this Saturday.
If you’d like to follow Town on the road, why not travel in comfort with HTSA?
For more details, fans can book by contacting the Travel Number on 07926 165863.
Details are also provided on the HTSA website – www.htsa-online.co.uk – as well as social media sites Facebook (HTSA) and Twitter (@officialhtsa).
Our Away Travel to Watford departs at 9.30am and the coach is now full, so there are no spaces available.
This weeks teaser question: Who scored Town’s first goal in the 3-2 home defeat to Watford earlier this season?
The first person to e-mail the answer at firstname.lastname@example.org is the winner, and this will be announced on the HTSA website and in next week’s Examiner.
The answer to last weeks question (Who scored Town’s second goal in the 3-2 home win at Leeds Road against Birmingham in the 1991-92 season?) was Iwan Roberts.
Tonight the Patrons and HTSA jointly host the Patrons’ annual Quiz night with four teams representing the Patrons, HTSA, the Club and the Media.
The meeting is open to all and there will be spot prizes for questions to the audience.
It’s a special night, because the Will Venters Trophy is up for grabs, in memory of the Huddersfield journalist who was regular quizmaster and a passionate Town supporter. It’s a fitting honour. Canalside is the venue (8pm start).
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