RUGBY players got the chance to tackle a future after football at a special lecture.
More than a dozen Huddersfield Giants players plus coach Jon Sharp attended a talk at Huddersfield University about what to do after their playing days come to an end.
They were given information about how to access training and career development outside of rugby league.
Giants coach Jon Sharp said: "The players have come here because they are interested in their future.
"They're smart people and they are looking to develop their careers outside football.
"It may not just be in the sporting arena where they are looking. Not everyone wants to be a coach.
Club captain Ben Roarty said he wanted to learn more about his options.
He said: "I've probably only got about another two or three years in my playing career so I need to think about the future.
"I'm a qualified mechanical engineer so I'll get back into that when I finish playing.
"But some of the lads come straight from school and don't have a trade and have only known playing rugby.
"It's valuable for these guys to think about what they can do."
Huddersfield University director of student services Paul Wilcock said: "It shows that a sporting career isn't necessarily for life.
"The players have come along to find out what help, advice and courses we can offer them to help them make the most of their lives when they finish playing."