THE Giants Under 21s face a Senior Academy First Division play-off clash at unbeaten Leigh Centurions after closing their League campaign with a 38-12 win over Salford City Reds.
Originally scheduled for Laund Hill but postponed because of waterlogging, the game had to be switched to The Willows because no Huddersfield venue was available at short notice.
That didn't prevent the Giants running out comfortable winners to finish second to Leigh in the table.
They were ahead after six minutes, when Karl Mills crashed over from close range. Tony Williams was unable to goal, but did slot a penalty soon after.
Slick handling put Marcus George in for a 10th-minute touchdown, then John Gledhill put the finishing touch to a 17th-minute move started by Phil Joseph and continued by Danny Thomas. Williams converted for a 16-0 lead.
Bradford old boy Nathan McAvoy replied with a Salford try goaled by Tim Hartley, but quick hands enabled Richard Knight to cross in the 33rd minute, Williams adding the goal, then a penalty for a 24-6 half-time lead.
Williams added another penalty early in the second half before making the final pass and converting after Peter Robinson went over on 57 minutes.
George, whose brother Luke scored a hat trick for the Under 18s in Sunday's win over Keighley, grabbed his second try from Robinson's pass in the 69th minute, when Williams again goaled.
Mark Stephens scored a consolation try for Salford, converted by Hartley, a minute from time, but it couldn't take the gloss off an accomplished eighth win in nine League games by the Giants.