Huddersfield Town's organ donation dedicated game against Oldham on Saturday was a success on and off the pitch.

On the pitch Lee Clark's men produced the goods courtesy of a late strike from substitute Alan Lee. Meanwhile off the field Town helped raise fans awareness of organ donation - with a number of fans later tweeting @htafcdotcom to say that they had signed up.

Marcus Garside tweeted @htafcdotcom: "I have been on the donor register for a good few years, but well done for plugging it, plus well done Town." Chris Sheard admitted that he signed up following the conclusion of the game: "I've just added myself to the NHS organ donation register. It took 2 minutes. Do it every one!"

Town's matchday magazine 'Give us an H' featured two case studies regarding organ donation from former player Anthony Lloyd and ticket office manager Sue Beaumont. Goalkeeper Ian Bennett was the feature interview and he spoke about the campaign - he is set to become a donor along with team-mates Alan Lee and Jordan Rhodes.

Workers from the NHS - wearing Town's specially produced organ donation t-shirts - handed out leaflets and fliers containing information on how to become a donor ahead of the game.

Craig Wimpenny was invited as a guest of honour to the game on Saturday. Craig, 43, has been directly affected by the organ donation campaign and was left needing a heart transplant in October - his life was saved by a person he had never met.

Craig chose the numbers for the Club's Golden Gamble draw and then spoke to the club's pitch announcer Paul Ramsden about his transplant.

Ticket office manager Sue Beaumont headed up the organ donation drive for the club and is pictured  with Jayne Greenhalgh, Gordon Crowe, Caroline Wright and Peter Hall from the NHS. Craig Wimpenny and his wife Dawn are also pictured centre.

Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle was at the game on Saturday and was delighted with the success of the club's organ donation drive:

"It is brilliant to hear that so many of our fans connected with our campaign and have become donors. To think that our organ donation drive may save a person's life is fantastic.

"The fans were brilliant on Saturday. The atmosphere they created during the game was superb and the way that they have embraced the campaign even more so - they are a credit to the club."

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