EXCITED Huddersfield Giants are relishing one of the biggest nights in their history.
The Giants join fellow Super League clubs St Helens, Wigan and Warrington in the draw for the semi-finals of the Powergen Challenge Cup.
The draw takes place in Cardiff, the venue for this year's final, and will be broadcast on Radio Five Live at 7.45pm tonight.
It's the first time in 33 years Huddersfield have been in the draw for the last four, with the first semi-final staged on Sunday, April 18 and the second a week later.
Both matches will be screened live on BBC Sunday Grandstand.
And Giants captain Darren Fleary - a Challenge Cup final winner with Leeds - believes it's a golden opportunity to put his club and the town firmly on the map.
"This is a huge night for our club and obviously the semi-final itself is even bigger," said the 31-year-old prop forward.
"Fingers crossed, everything goes according to plan and we can go all the way.
"At this stage of the competition we're obviously not bothered who we face, they're all tough.
"But the fact we've got so far is massive for the Giants and for the town, and as someone who has lived in Huddersfield all their life these are very proud times.
"They are also very exciting times, and I can sense that whenever I go into town.
"Every time I go into a shop I'm being stopped and asked who I fancy in the next round. It's great that so many people are taking an interest.
"It's certainly not too long ago that this would never have happened."
But Fleary has also made it clear that the Giants squad are not getting too carried away at this stage.
"Although we're all well aware of how important a time it is for the Giants, we're still trying to put it to the back of our minds as much as we can," he added.
"We've got a big game at home to Wigan on Sunday and we have to make sure our preparation is spot-on. We can't afford to let Cup matters be a major distraction.
"And I don't think that will be the case.
"We may have just reached the last four of the Challenge Cup, but you wouldn't have sensed it at training yesterday.
"The mood was one of disappointment over the way we played in the second half of Sunday's quarter-final against York.
"We have set very high standards at this club, and our performance after a good first half was way below that standard.
"Steps were immediately taken to put that right, and hopefully that will be reflected against Wigan this weekend.
"That's our main priority this week."