IN-FORM Huddersfield Giants maintained their excellent form to secure a 32-16 Junior Academy Championship triumph at Hull.
Coach Chris Plume's Under 18s followed up wins against Leeds and Salford by securing a rare success on the east coast.
Hull are always strong at this level, but they proved no match for the visitors, who are already looking a good bet for the play-offs.
The Giants' challenge was led by highly-rated Moldgreen youngster Craig Williams, whose form over the past few months has been outstanding.
Williams grabbed one of his side's six tries, with back-row forward Simon George leading the way with two well-taken second-half efforts.
But it wasn't all plain sailing for Huddersfield, with their hosts racing in for two early tries to lead 12-0 after just nine minutes.
Fortunately, that shaky start proved to be their wake-up call.
It took them 24 minutes to open their account as James Martin capitalised on a spilt Hull ball to race over for a try converted by Paul Mennell.
That made it 12-6 at the break and gave the Giants the confidence to go on and dominate the rest of the contest.
Within five minutes of the restart Symon Sutherland crashed over after good work from Adam Perry to reduce the deficit to 12-10.
And eight minutes later, the visitors took a lead they were never to lose when the highly dangerous George plunged over from dummy half in typical fashion.
Mennell's conversion made it 16-12.
The lead was increased to eight points two minutes later when Williams grabbed his thoroughly deserved try.
Then in the 59th minute Stuart Proctor spotted a gap at acting half to slice through and Mennell goaled to extend the advantage to 26-12.
Hull hit back with their third try with 13 minutes remaining.
But the Giants had the final say in the 72nd minute when George followed up a great Mennell kick to touch down, with Mennell converting.
Huddersfield now entertain Widnes on Saturday (2.30) with confidence sky high.