HUDDERSFIELD Giants are making a positive habit of bouncing back from Super League defeats in exactly the right manner.
A week after losing to St Helens in the Challenge Cup semi-final, coach Jon Sharp's men secured an impressive win at Warrington.
And now, Huddersfield have backed that up by cruising to a victory at London Broncos - just two weeks after being controversially beaten 20-0 by Hull.
It was another clear sign of the incredible spirit and character that exists inside this Giants' squad.
Yet it is also another clear indication of the quality and strength of the squad at Sharp's disposal.
The visitors' first-half display may not have been of the very highest order.
But they still found themselves 12-6 ahead at the break, before embarking on their emphatic victory charge.
The way the Giants dominated the second half was a joy to see.
Time after time, Huddersfield applied pressure on the Broncos' line, and on four occasions they came up trumps.
In contrast, London created absolutely nothing.
The usually unstoppable Dennis Moran was nowhere to be seen as the Giants snuffed him out at every turn.
The Broncos may quite rightly have argued that Moran would have been more effective had the likes of injured trio Jim Dymock, Paul Sykes and Nigel Roy been around.
However, the Giants could also argue that with Stanley Gene in their side they would have been more effective.
Gene's loss with a groin strain on the eve of the contest may have caused Sharp to rip up a huge chunk of his gameplan, but it still couldn't prevent the Giants putting in a totally dominant display.
The opening quarter may have been a little tricky.
Paul March gave Huddersfield the lead with a third-minute penalty, but for the next 15 minutes the Broncos held the edge.
In the seventh minute the Giants were forced to drop-out and then the excellent Ben Roarty produced a fine defensive effort to deny the home side the opening try.
John Kirkpatrick lost the ball attempting to score in the 15th minute before Moran levelled the scores with a penalty two minutes later.
Fortunately, that proved to be the Giants' wake-up call, and by the 22nd minute they had taken a lead they were never to lose.
One of several punishing midfield drives from Roarty set the ball rolling, creating the ground for a smart move which ended with Sean Penkywicz racing over for a try, which March failed to convert.
In fact, the scrum half was restricted to just two more successful efforts as his colleagues had the audacity to score four of the next five tries by the corner flag!
The one exception to that was the fantastic solo effort from Stuart Jones, who obliged by planting the ball beneath the posts.
Charging on to Brandon Costin's neat pass on halfway, Jones burst through, drew full-back Jon Wells and dummied to pass to a teammate, sending the Broncos man the wrong way and giving him a clear run to the line.
Mark O'Halloran did give the Broncos hope just before the break by scoring in the corner.
But that was as good as it got for the outclassed hosts.
Within five minutes of the restart the Giants had struck for a third time, and it was already the beginning of the end for the capital club.
March picked up a loose ball inside his own 20 and immediately shot through the Broncos defence.
His pass then found Julian Bailey who burst almost effortlessly through several tackles before March and Costin combined to send the supporting Hefin O'Hare racing in at the corner.
The one downside for the Giants came in the 50th minute when Iain Morrison was placed on report for an illegal challenge on the airborne Wells.
But after that, it was all plain sailing, with Costin's kicks to the corner making life horrendous for winger Kirkpatrick.
In the 57th minute Costin's kick-through on the sixth tackle was fumbled by the winger and gratefully collected by Stuart Donlan to score with ease.
Then, seven minutes later, the unfortunate Kirkpatrick was all at sea attempting to gather a Costin `bomb' and Marcus St Hilaire took full advantage.
March's superb touchline conversion made it 26-2 before Chris Nero's brilliant pass out of the tackle gave Paul Reilly a walk-in.
It was a fitting end to a top-class second-half show.
* Huddersfield's Junior Academy side secured a 48-38 victory over London Broncos in a Super League curtain-raiser - full report tomorrow.