STAFFORDSHIRE referee Christopher Sarginson will be the man in the middle when Town host Hartlepool United at Blundell Park on Saturday afternoon.
The official last took charge of a Mariners game in the 3-0 win over Shrewsbury in March 2010, with Town ending a long run of games without a win through a brace from Dean Sinclair and another goal from Jean Louis Akpa-Akpro.
Sarginson has been at EFL level for eight seasons now and has officiated seven games so far this campaign, handing out 19 yellow cards and two red cards in the process.
His last game saw him forced to send off Bristol Rovers' Jermaine Easter for an off the ball incident in their 1-0 defeat at Sheffield United in the week, and the first red he gave out was to Rochdale's Callum Camps in the opening weeks of the campaign.
He will be assisted by Anthony Moore and Lisa Rashid, as well as fourth official Christopher Akers for the clash against the Pools.