NEWCASTLE referee Sebastian Stockbridge will take charge of Town's League Two fixture against Port Vale on Saturday afternoon.
The official last took charge of Town against Crewe Alexandra on News Year's Day when goals from Chris Porter and Brad Walker saw the Mariners go down to a 2-0 defeat.
Stockbridge was promoted from the National League level back in 2012 after impressing over two seasons at that standard, and also took charge of several Mariners games during that period.
He has been the man in the middle for 32 games so far this season, handing out 105 yellow cards and six reds during that time.
He will be assisted be Paul Clayton, Simon Johnson and fourth official Declan Ford for the fixture at Blundell Park.