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League One: Mad Dog can bite the Terriers

It might not be an irony they wish to acknowledge, but Notts County can do their bit to preserve a piece of Nottingham Forest history this weekend by ending Huddersfield's 42-match unbeaten run with victory at the Galpharm.

Round-up: Cudjoe helps Huddersfield seal fourth as Hull impress

Huddersfield sewed up fourth place in the Super League table with a 50-12 win over Harlequins yesterday. The Giants put some ordinary form behind them with a convincing display, with Leroy Cudjoe, Joe Wardle and Jermaine McGillvary scoring two tries apiece. They now face a visit to Warrington or Wigan in the first round of the play-offs.

Huddersfield hold on to McGillvary

Huddersfield have tied up one of the successes of their season, Jermaine McGillvary, on a new five-year contract.

Super League round-up: Wolves keep up the chase

Warrington kept up the pressure on Wigan at the top of Super League with a 66-12 thrashing of rock-bottom Wakefield.

Wily Wellens carries Saints to victory on 400th appearance

St Helens 19 Huddersfield 6

Another 11 arrested over disorder

Eleven people aged 14 to 22 were arrested overnight in connection with incidents of disorder in Yorkshire earlier this week.

Wakefield agree deal for former Crusader Mellars

Vince Mellars has become the latest Crusader to find a new home for next season.

Coach Morgan to leave Hull KR

Justin Morgan is to leave Hull KR at the end of the season, making Rovers the third Yorkshire club seeking a new coach. Morgan arrived at Craven Park from Toulouse in 2005 and steered the Robins into Super League the year after. Since then, they have twice reached the Super League play-offs, although they are in danger of missing out this time.

Giants find flair on home turf as Faiumu scales heights

Huddersfield Giants 46 Hull KR 26

Huddersfield seek revival after finally going home

Huddersfield hope that a return home today will revive their season.

Castleford show guts to cut down Giants to size

Castleford 22 Huddersfield 18

Hodgson and Monaghan show teeth to take hungry Wolves back to the summit

Warrington 28 Huddersfield 16

Leroy Cudjoe: The wing's speech: How Giant came to terms with his stammer

Huddersfield playmaker tells Dave Hadfield why this is his first interview and how he used a film as inspiration to reach his goals

Norwich sign Anthony Pilkington from Huddersfield

Barclays Premier League newcomers Norwich have confirmed winger Anthony Pilkington has become their sixth summer signing after the club agreed an undisclosed fee with Huddersfield.

Crusaders pay heavy price for indiscipline

A second-half hat-trick of tries from David Hodgson consolidated the Giants' top-three place and snuffed out a comeback by a Welsh side let down by its indiscipline.

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