2010-11: WON 2-0
Graham Carey, the on-loan Celtic full-back, and Anthony Pilkington were Town’s goal heroes on a rainy night.
Both goals came in the first half as Town turned on the style.
The result did nothing to help Owls boss Alan Irvine, who was to lose his job two months on.
2004-05: LOST 0-1
Wednesday took the derby honours – and League I points – thanks to Steve MacLean’s 20th-minute strike.
Tony Carss came closest to an equaliser as Peter Jackson’s Town created a number of chances but failed to put them away.
2000-01: WON 3-2
Martin Smith made his mark with a double in Town’s second game of the Championship campaign.
And Kevin Gallen scored his first goals since being recruited by Steve Bruce from QPR as Town silenced the home faithful.
1983-84: DREW 0-0
Mick Buxton was the man at the helm as Town held much-fancied Wednesday on their first visit to Hillsborough in 11 years.
Future Owls boss Brian Laws and former Wednesday keeper Brian Cox were among Buxton’s side, who had won promotion to Division II (now the Championship) the previous season.
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