Before the game, our matchday PA announcer, Graham Spring, conducted the first of our matchday Question and Answer sessions with two of the playing squad. Jim Hamilton and Tom Voyce were first up and handled everything thrown at them with aplomb.
More TV screens have been installed which allowed fans to be able to watch a recording of the Leeds game and relive the best parts of the match straight after the final whistle.
Enhanced food and drink options were on offer including Worthington's new cask conditioned ale, Thirst XV.
However, as mentioned above, the highlight was definitely our Elvis tribute act who wowed those who stayed on after the game and, after a short break, magically morphed into Tom Jones to round off his act.
More live post match music is planned for future home games with next weekend seeing Becky Carter perform.
Becky is a beautiful and soulful young performer, who is guaranteed to have you on your feet and dancing.
With a huge range of Soul, Motown and Pop, Becky will bring the party to the Shogun Bar and is happy to invite you all along for a great time.