HUDDERSFIELD'S Senior Academy side rattled up another 40 points as they made it three First Division wins out of three with a 48-16 victory at Dewsbury Rams.
Although the home side played with plenty of spirit and determination - and in former Giants stand-off Danny Thomas had one of the game's stars - there was no disputing the visitors' superiority.
With Super League squad men Matthew Whittaker, Iain Morrison, Jonathan Grayshon and Phil Joseph all to the fore, the outcome was inevitable.
There were also solid displays from the likes of young Giants Richard Knight, Bolu Fagborun and Karl Mills.
Huddersfield made the ideal start, with early tries from Morrison and Whittaker - one of which was converted by Thomas Hemingway - giving them a 10-0 lead.
But the Rams hit back, and by the 27th minute were just 16-12 adrift.
Tries from Ian Preece and Ian Booth and two Thomas goals gave Dewbsury considerable hope.
But with Grayshon having powered over for a 25th-minute try, converted by Hemingway, and Morrison and Whittaker both adding their second in the closing moments of the half, the Giants went in at the break 26-12 ahead.
And that advantage was soon being increased.
Within a minute of the restart Dave Armitage, who is playing as an amateur from Dudley Hill, stormed over for a score and eight minutes later Kris Lythes crashed over for a deserved try.
Mills then charged through after being denied due to a forward pass moments earlier, and with 10 minutes remaining Ben Clare scored his side's ninth touchdown.
James Smith then added a third for Dewsbury.