PROUD Huddersfield Giants chairman Ken Davy is aiming to make Sunday's final Super League game of the season against Salford at the Galpharm Stadium a day of celebration.
Once again the club have scrapped the 5.30 kick-off time and will be starting at 3pm.
A win should guarantee the Giants seventh place in the top-flight ladder, their highest finish in Super League.
And with a number of players due to make their final appearances, Davy is hoping the fans turn out in force to make it an extra special occasion.
"This has been a truly fantastic season and I believe this Sunday is the time to celebrate that fact," said Davy.
"We will finish in either seventh or eighth spot, and the last time the club managed that was in the 1953-54 season.
"And had it not been for an appalling run of injuries in the second half of the season there's no doubt we would have reached the play-offs.
"We've got a 3pm kick-off on Sunday and my message to everyone is to come on down, salute the team and show your support for Huddersfield Giants.
"Let's all come together and make sure this great season finishes on a really high note."