Thursday, January 29, 2015
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Huddersfield Giants

Danny Brough ready for tough run of fixtures


Huddersfield Giants captain Danny Brough insists he is ready to lead the club through their trickiest run of fixtures so far this season – starting with tomorrow night’s trip to St Helens. Following on from their trip to Langtree Park, the Giants face Wigan and Leeds in their next two league games, but rather than be worried by the run ... Read More »

Paul Anderson: Fans a credit to the club


Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson has praised the Giants fans for turning out in force and inspiring them to a comfortable victory over Bradford Bulls at Magic Weekend. Over 3,000 Giants fans flocked to the Etihad Stadium to watch last year’s League Leaders move up to fifth in the Super League table with a convincing win over their West Yorkshire rivals. ... Read More »

Video: Lunt and Ferres on Bulls romp


Huddersfield Giants stars Shaun Lunt and Brett Ferres reflect on yesterday’s thrashing of Bradford Bulls at Magic Weekend. Click here to read the match report and buy League Express newspaper to get in-depth details and stats. Want more Rugby League news and features? Subscribe to the online version of League Express newspaper and Rugby League World magazine. You can also ... Read More »

Match report: Huddersfield Giants 54-16 Bradford Bulls


In a nusthell Huddersfield Giants cruised to their fifth consecutive victory over a gritty but under-strength Bradford Bulls side at Magic Weekend. How it unfolded 5′ – Danny Addy try; Jamie Foster goal (1/1): 0-6 14′ – Joe Wardle try; Danny Brough goal (1/1): 6-6 19′ – Jamie Foster try; Jamie Foster missed goal (1/2): 6-10 24′ – Danny Brough ... Read More »

Video highlights: London Broncos 16-30 Huddersfield Giants


How it unfolded The Giant scored an early try from Shaun Lunt, although Danny Brough couldn’t add the conversion. But the Broncos replied on 18 minutes with a try by Atelea Vea, after good work by Scott Moore and Danny Farrar. Josh Drinkwater’s conversion gave the Broncos a 6-4 lead. They then had to contend with mounting Giants’ pressure, which ... Read More »

Match report: London Broncos 16-30 Huddersfield Giants


In a nutshell London Broncos gave a much-improved performance in their first game under new coach Joe Grima and were leading 16-10 at half-time, but the Giants came back to gain their fourth successive win. How it unfolded The Giant scored an early try from Shaun Lunt, although Danny Brough couldn’t add the conversion. But the Broncos replied on 18 ... Read More »

Anderson: We should get the win this weekend


Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson believes his side has more than enough quality to defeat London Broncos on Saturday, but has urged his players not to get complacent. The Giants travel to the capital in high spirits having disposed of West Yorkshire rivals Castleford Tigers in thrilling style on Sunday. Anderson insists that, despite facing a team that has failed ... Read More »

Paul Anderson: Super League’s an open competition

Huddersfield coach Paul Anderson. ©RLPhotos

Huddersfield head coach Paul Anderson speaks the media after his side’s 29-28 defeat of Castleford at the John Smith’s Stadium. Huddersfield registered their fifth win of the season with an entertaining one-point victory over the Tigers, thanks to a timely Danny Brough drop-goal. Anderson talked in the press conference about how his team did enough to win two games, the ... Read More »

Video highlights: Huddersfield Giants 29-28 Castleford Tigers


What to look out for 12’ – Michael Shenton opens the scoring thanks to a Grant Millington offload. The former St Helens centre fends off Leroy Cudjoe to cross the whitewash. Marc Sneyd adds the conversion: 0-6 14’ – Justin Carney – one of Super League’s most exciting wingers – scores a superb individual try, breaking through the first line ... Read More »

Anderson still unhappy after clutch win


Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson insists his side have a long way to go despite defeating in-form Castleford Tigers yesterday. The Giants are now up to sixth in the table and are certainly starting to hit their straps, but Anderson isn’t happy and claims he wanted a more comfortably victory against the Tigers. “I think we did enough at times ... Read More »