Huddersfield Giants coach Rick Stone has conceded he doesn’t yet know when England winger Jermaine McGillvary will return to action. McGillvary has been missing since last month’s defeat to St Helens – Stone’s first game in charge – after picking
Rick Stone believes Huddersfield have been ‘too nice’ this season. The new Giants chief picked up his first win of the season, as the Giants got their Qualifiers campaign up and running with a resounding 62-16 victory over Featherstone Rovers.
He crafted his impressive reputation as a trailblazing, jet-heeled half-back: and Huddersfield half-back Ryan Brierley will get the chance to “show his worth” in that role over the next fortnight, says coach Rick Stone. Brierley has predominantly played fullback since
Huddersfield captain Ryan Hinchcliffe has highlighted the importance of getting their Qualifiers campaign up and running against Featherstone at the weekend. The Giants, who finished bottom of Super League in the regular season, start a run of four games against
Huddersfield Giants half-back Danny Brough has been suspended for two games by the RFL’s disciplinary panel: and it has prompted an unhappy response from Salford owner Marwan Koukash. Brough will miss Huddersfield’s Qualifiers games against Featherstone and Batley following a
Huddersfield Giants coach Rick Stone admits he has yet to figure out where he plans to play Ryan Brierley moving forward. Since joining the club from Leigh Centurions earlier this year, Brierley has predominantly been used at full-back, although he
Rick Stone said his side had been schooled after going down 34-12 to Salford. The Red Evils raced into a 24-0 lead, and although the Giants scored through Nathan Mason and Oliver Roberts, Stone’s side was still comfortably defeated. After one
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When Ryan Brierley first made his move to Huddersfield, few would have anticipated the Championship hotshot would find himself playing at full-back. After years of terrorising defences in the second-tier in his accustomed role at halfback, many predicted the former
Huddersfield Giants and England winger Jermaine McGillvary admits he’s looking forward to hopefully facing former club Batley Bulldogs in the Qualifiers: saying he’s over the moon they have put themselves in with a chance of promotion to Super League. McGillvary spent