Huddersfield Giants dragged themselves off bottom place in the Super League table with a 28-20 home win over Leeds Rhinos.
Man-of-the-match Giants international winger Jermaine McGillvary said: “Credit to the boys on the field, it was a great effort – an outstanding effort overall.
“We have been rooted to bottom of Super League for a long time now, so it is good to get the two points and hopefully, we can build on that in the coming weeks.
“We have been putting in the work and not getting rewarded, but hopefully now we can build on this victory and climb the table.”
The teams meet again next Friday when they are again pitted together in the Challenge Cup’s sixth round and once more at the John Smith’s Stadium.
Anderson revealed that he had been handed a £500 fine for his criticism of referee Joe Cobb in the 26-19 at Wigan .<p/>