Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson insists that whilst the Giants picked up their second Super League win of the season on Thursday, they certainly didn’t make it easy for themselves.
The Giants ran out 22-0 winners against Castleford in a game littered with errors and low on quality, backing up last weekend’s win against Widnes to move up to fifth on the Super League table.
And Anderson says that the win was ultimately more about effort as opposed to anything else.
“We did improve our completion rate in the second half, and that’s when we took control,” Anderson said after the game.
“But we really did make it hard for ourselves.
“In the end, this was a win for effort rather than anything else. We achieved our success by working hard for each other when we didn’t have the ball, and that’s a credit to everyone.
“At the end of the day, it was another win, and we’re looking forward to keeping on improving.”