VICTORIOUS Nathan Brown has made it clear the Giants will be giving it everything they’ve got to lift the Carnegie Challenge Cup!
Huddersfield eased into tomorrow’s fifth-round draw after an emphatic eight-try 42-16 triumph at fellow Super League side Harlequins.
It was a remarkable ninth away win on the trot for the Giants, who now head into Friday’s top-flight home clash against Celtic Crusaders looking to make it six wins from eight Super League XIV starts.
Brown’s men dominated Saturday’s capital clash from start to finish, and the Galpharm chief is hoping his side is now rewarded with a far kinder draw to reward another top away display.
“Harlequins away is one of the toughest ties we could have got in the competition,” said Brown.
“So to win it the way we did is really pleasing.
“It would be nice to get a far easier draw in the next round, but I suppose you just have to take what you’re given.
“But, regardless of who we get, we’ll just continue to play how the Giants play and a have a real shot at it.
“There’s no doubt we all want to do as well as we possibly can in the competition and get as far as we can.
“Personally, I’d love to do well in it. As an Australian, it really does mean a lot to be involved in such a prestigious competition as this.
“We are approaching it very seriously, as we do with every game we play, and that showed with our performance at the weekend.”