Winger receives accolade following BWF vote
Adam Hammill has been voted the Blue and White Foundation’s October Player of the Month by its members!
The winger has produced a number of good performances, despite Town’s indifferent form, and created two of the goals that helped the Terriers to a 3-2 West Yorkshire derby victory on Saturday.
The former Wolves man also set up Danny Ward’s opener against Watford with an innovative cross, which was headed home well.
Hammill, who has netted twice and appeared 16 times for Town this season, is currently second in the Sky Bet Championship assists table with five, behind only Aaron Cresswell and Craig Bryson.
The 25 year-old was followed in the voting by Ward and youngster Duane Holmes. Penny Noon of Pudsey was selected at random from the voters and will meet Adam ahead of the Birmingham game to present him with a bottle of champagne.
She will also receive a commemorative signed photo and a meal for two courtesy of the Grange Pub and Restaurant.