Ian Lawrence, the HTSA Chair, paid a visit to Huddersfield Town Ladies Football Club.

Representatives from the ladies club were special guests at the HTSA annual meeting and, as a ‘thank you’, Ian was there to hand over a sponsorship cheque to Sarah Dobby.

He was then treated to a real goal feast as the ladies went on to beat Dronfield 17-1, with Sarah getting her name on the scoresheet.

This Sunday, January 17, HTLFC will be playing Bradford City – so why not get along to the ‘Mitton Group Stadium’ (BD2 1PN) and give the Town Ladies your support?

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On Tuesday night, in the game against Charlton Athletic, the Town ‘lads’ did their best to emulate the free-scoring ‘lasses’.

A 5-0 scoreline, David Wagner’s mix of uninhibited youth and his unorthodox tactics really got supporters buzzing with expectation.

Besides the feelgood, ‘psychological’ benefits most academics define sporting success in terms of skill, speed, stamina and suppleness.

There is no doubt that all five S’s are now in evidence, each week, at the John Smith’s Stadium.

However, as social media went into overdrive, many Town fans recognised there is still a crucial sixth ‘S’ missing from the David Wagner formula for Success. “Support!”

On Facebook Matthew Balmforth wanted to know, “Where were all the Huddersfield Town supporters tonight?” He also asked, “If Wagner’s gengenpressing, ultimate fitness, fast, attacking, sexy-type of football can’t put bums on seats then how do we expect to strengthen the team with even more quality players?”

Encouragement from the terracing does make a massive difference.

Let us ALL get behind the lads and help them to find that extra bit of “energy”.

Once again the HTSA rallying cry is backed up by some fantastic offers for those intending to travel to; Preston NE (£11), Nottingham Forest (£11), Derby Co (£11), Leeds Utd (£9), Middlesbrough (£11), Blackburn R (£10) or Rotherham Utd (£9). Terms & conditions will apply.

Book any three of these fixtures and travel for just £30, four games for £39, five games for £47 and six games for £54.

If you feel that Dean Hoyle and David Wagner’s version of ‘Total Football’ is worthy of total support, why not book on for all seven games for just £60? This represents a saving of £23 on the non-members fare! Book your seats by texting Rachael on 07905 580784 or by calling in at the HTSA Cabin on your way to the Fulham game this Saturday.

A prize of £250 awaits the HTSA member who holds the following numbers, (4)3412.

If your HTSA membership card is up to date and shows this, or (246)3412, £250 is yours. Please send details of your full name and postal address by text to 07725 036109 or by email to trevwhitehead@virginmedia.com before 19.08 on Friday, January 15, 2016. You will receive your cheque by return of post.

The winning number last week was (2)6361, or (246)6361. The winner, J Binns, did not claim the £250. Names of all winners of the Free Draw can be found on the HTSA-online website.

Due to the Emirates FA Cup replay against Reading, HTSA representatives have re-arranged their meetings with Sean Jarvis and Nigel Clibbens for Tuesday, January 20.

If you have any questions, concerns or bouquets you would like to share with them, please contact Ian Lawrence through the HTSA-online website or Trev Whitehead (details as previously).