They might have had to wait 80 years to do it, but Huntingdon claimed a slice of revenge last Saturday.
The Stags celebrated their 80th anniversary season by entertaining their first-ever home opponents – Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge – at The Racecourse.
And, after being beaten 17-3 in that historic clash back in 1935, they set the record straight with a 43-10 win when meeting again.
A Stags team featuring players past and present proved too strong for a college side composed largely of freshers playing in their first game of the season.
The hour-long fixture formed part of the celebrations which also included a lunch attended by invited guests and many former Stags players, including some who were involved in the re-formation of the club in 1951.
Stags return to the cut and thrust of Midlands Division One East action tomorrow when they travel to Wellingborough with the aim of snapping a run of three successive defeats.
Fellow local sides St Ives and St Neots are both in action in Midlands Division Three East (South).
Bottom-of-the-table St Ives travel to Rugby St Andrew for a basement battle while St Neots are on the road at table-toppers Oundle.