FORMER Giants star Paul March is dreaming of Carnegie Challenge Cup glory - as a coach as well as a player.
The 27-year-old, pictured, is now reunited with twin brother David at Huddersfield's Super League neighbours Wakefield.
But he is also coach of leading amateur side Thornhill, who will head for National II side Keighley in the third round.
With Super League clubs coming in for round four, March will be eager to get past the Cougars the weekend after next.
The man who was in the Giants party at Twickenham for last year's 42-12 final defeat by St Helens - he couldn't play because of injury - oversaw Thornhill's 38-20 victory over Russian team Strela Kazan at Overthorpe Park on Saturday.
On Sunday, he helped Wakefield to a 36-24 Super League home win over Salford.
Last year, Thornhill beat Workington to earn a crack at Super League opposition in the shape of Catalans.
Looking forward to the Keighley trip, March said: "I'm happy with the draw. We went there a few years ago and put up a good display."
Dewsbury host National I rivals Leigh in the match of the round while Batley entertain Widnes St Marie's at Mount Pleasant.
There's also a derby at The Jungle between Castleford, who are favourites to win National I this season, and their amateur neighbours Lock Lane.
Halifax take on Eccles and Salford Juniors at The Shay.