UPBEAT Giants coach Jon Sharp has again praised the fitness of his players as they head into Sunday's first home Super League X clash of the season against Hull FC at the Galpharm (3.00).
All 17 players in action during the 30-12 triumph at Leigh reported for training yesterday injury-free.
They were joined in the sessions by Paul March, who has recovered from the illness which prevented him from facing the Centurions and will be added to this weekend's squad.
Sharp was also informed that none of his players has a case to answer following the brawl which was sparked by the high tackle on Eorl Crabtree by Leigh's Oliver Wilkes.
The former Giants forward received his marching orders for the challenge and referee Ian Smith put the free-for-all that followed on report.
"We never thought for a moment anyone would be called up to the disciplinary committee to defend their actions," said Sharp.
"But it's always good to receive the confirmation so we can get cracking with no distractions to worry about.
"I already know I will be able to plan with a virtually fully fit squad, and that's a great feeling when you're preparing for a big match.
"That's what Sunday's game against Hull will be, because they are a club who have exceptionally high hopes of finishing the season in one of the top Super League spots.
"But I'm confident we have the players capable of rising to the occasion.
"The way they handled the Leigh game was tremendous, and to come away with a clean bill of health was fantastic.
"To be honest, I think the major problem suffered by the players was hyperthermia!
"Throughout the game I thought all the players looked fresh and sharp. They were in great condition.
"Obviously, question marks were raised over the way we let in two late tries. We set very high standards at this club and we let them slip.
"It is something we've been looking to address, but it certainly wasn't a case of a lack of fitness.
"It was a case of switching off when we knew the game was won, and that's something I find hard to accept.
"And it's certainly something I don't wish to see repeated again.
"But I'm confident it won't.
"All the players were bitterly disappointed about the way the game finished. It took the gloss off the win and you can tell they don't want it to happen again."
* Flyers tickets are now on sale for the trip to St Helens on Friday week. Tickets are priced at £11 return from Tony Iredale Travel, with coaches leaving from the St Patrick's Centre at 6pm.