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Charlton and Huddersfield player clash during the FA Cup fourth round fixture

Huddersfield 0 Charlton Athletic 1 match report: Simon Church returns to haunt Town as Addicks end their losing streak

Charlton hadn't beaten Huddersfield in their last three meetings but take the spoils in FA Cup fourth round

Charlton Athletic players celebrate after the FA Cup win over Oxford

FA Cup: Huddersfield v Charlton match preview

A look ahead to this weekend’s FA Cup fourth round tie at the John Smith’s Stadium

Scott Moore, in action for the North Queensland Cowboys, has agreed to join the London Broncos after the NRL side released him from his contract

London Broncos continue recruitment drive with signing of former St Helens hooker Scott Moore

Moore was released from his contract with NRL side North Queensland Cowboys and will make a return to the Super League having also had spells with Castleford, Huddersfield and Widnes

Chinese student armed with two meat cleavers roamed through Huddersfield University halls after Christmas Day mugging

A Chinese student in Huddersfield has told a court that he armed himself with two meat cleavers and patrolled his halls of residence on Christmas Day because he was “scared to death” after being mugged earlier in the day.

Grimsby players look dejected after conceding a late goal to Huddersfield that saw them knocked out of the FA Cup

Grimsby Town 2 Huddersfield 3 match report: Mariners sunk by cruel own-goal

Full-back turns in own goal to hand Huddersfield victory after heroic fightback by Conference side

Simon Grix goes over for his first and Warrington’s third try

Warrington 30 Huddersfield 22 match report: Wolves edge past Giants to book Grand Final spot

Last season's beaten finalists will contest the Super League Grand Final after narrowly getting the better of Huddersfield for the fourth time in 2013. Two tries from their leading scorer, Joel Monaghan, put them on their way to victory as the Wolves showed again that they are the one side that has the Giants' number.

New head coach Lee Radford told to deliver trophies for Hull FC

Lee Radford has been appointed as the new head coach of Hull FC. And the owner, Adam Pearson, is confident Radford can turn the club from nearly men into trophy winners.

Capital One Cup: Steve Bruce admits Hull's victory over Huddersfield was like 'watching paint dry'

Both sides left first team players out while few fans bothered to attend the game

Wolves choose to take on Giants in Super League play-off semi-finals

Warrington have chosen to play Huddersfield in the Super League play-off semi-finals.The tie, which is a repeat of the 2009 Challenge Cup final won by the Wolves, will be played at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Thursday.

Tony Smith and Warrington could face disciplinary action after the coach elected not to show up for the ClubCall announcement

Warrington Wolves pick Huddersfield Giants as opponents in Super League semi-finals but Tony Smith absence could prove costly

Surprising choice in the controversial ClubCall decision means reigning champions Leeds Rhinos will meet Wigan Warriors for a place in Old Trafford final

Huddersfield 76 Hull 18 match report: Luke Robinson inflicts more humiliation on Hull

The Giants' fairy-tale season goes on, but Hull's chequered year ended in an absolute nightmare. The beaten Challenge Cup finalists were embarrassed at Wembley last month; they were humiliated as they bowed out of the play-offs tonight and Huddersfield ran in 13 tries against some of the worst defending you could ever see at this stage of the campaign.

Wigan Warriors' Josh Charnley celebrates with Anthony Gelling and Sam Tomkins after scoring a try during the Super League Elimination Play Off

Huddersfield 8 Wigan 22 match report: Comeback win leaves Wigan one game from final

Wigan are one match away from a Grand Final after a hard-fought victory at a near-waterlogged ground here tonight. Two tries from Josh Charnley gave the Warriors the edge in filthy conditions. They now have next weekend off, whilst Huddersfield, the most consistent side all year, have to try to take advantage of their second chance. This was a reminder for them that finals football is a different proposition.

Killer arsonist Shakiel Shazad escapes from prison

A man who killed eight members of the same family in an arson attack has gone on the run from prison.

Crystal Palace manager Ian Holloway

Crystal Palace deadline day signing Jack Hunt suffers broken ankle

£2m signing will not play again this year after training ground incident

Pointing four-ward: Jarrod Sammut ran in a quartet of tries for the Bull

Bradford Bulls 58 Huddersfield Giants 6 match report: Jarrod Sammut for nothing as Huddersfield rest stars

Bradford ended a forgettable season with some minor consolation as the Giants kept their powder dry for next weekend by fielding a young, experimental line-up that was not quite up to the job.

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