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Clark's meteoric rise a Boys' own story

Huddersfield manager eyes promotion today – and don't bet against him landing Newcastle job down the line

Brown banishes shades of grey by staying at Giants

Huddersfield have received a double boost for tomorrow lunchtime's game at Hull, as they attempt to keep up with the pace at the top of Super League.

Ferguson an Old Trafford underdog? Only in play-offs

With Wembley double-booked for some event involving his Dad, Darren Ferguson is one of four lower league managers who will be seeking promotion at his father's Old Trafford fiefdom this weekend. The Football League play-off series concludes back at Wembley with Brendan Rodgers facing his old club for the sport's richest prize, the £60m Premier League golden share.

Robbie Hunter-Paul rules out coaching future

Former Bradford and Huddersfield favourite Robbie Hunter-Paul says he has no plans to go into coaching when he hangs up his boots at the end of the season.

Brown stays on with Huddersfield

Nathan Brown has removed any doubts over his immediate future as Huddersfield coach by agreeing a one-year contract extension.

Griffin powers through to end Dragons' fight

Huddersfield 30 Catalan Dragons 16

Huddersfield hooker Carlile requires heart operation

The Huddersfield hooker Keal Carlile will need a heart operation before he can resume his career. The 21-year-old has not played since the second round of Super League in February, because of chronic fatigue. Now a Harley Street specialist has told him that he has a valve defect which requires surgery.

Huddersfield suffer O'Donnell blow

Huddersfield will be without Luke O'Donnell for the next six weeks, while the Australian loose forward will also miss the Exiles match next month. O'Donnell suffered a freak hamstring tear in the warm-up before the 40-18 home win over St Helens on Saturday.

Crabtree off the mark in Giants' return to form

Huddersfield put an end to what their coach, Nathan Brown, called a bad month with an outstanding 40-18 win over St Helens to go second in Super League. Eorl Crabtree, who had not previously touched down this season, scored two tries, while Danny Brough tormented Saints with his running and kicking game.

Brough and Crabtree cash in on Saints' injury woes

Huddersfield 40 St Helens 18

Chastened Giants at full strength for Saints showdown

The Huddersfield captain, Kevin Brown, admits that the Giants were fortunate not to be punished for their complacency in the Challenge Cup last week. Huddersfield scraped home 28-18 against 12-man Batley, after trailing 18-10 to the home team.

Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown charged over referee remarks

The Rugby League has confirmed that the Huddersfield coach, Nathan Brown, has been charged over remarks made after their defeat of Leeds last month.

Huddersfield survive scare against Batley

Huddersfield, twice finalists in recent years, were the Super League side to suffer the biggest scare in yesterday's Challenge Cup ties.

Fire damages Oxfam clothes warehouse

Scores of firefighters battled a blaze that left an Oxfam warehouse badly damaged yesterday.

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