EXCITED chairman Ken Davy is looking for Giants fans to follow the example of Town and inspire their side to a stunning Challenge Cup semi-final triumph over St Helens on Sunday (3.15).
Mr Davy, who also owns the football club, believed the way the Town supporters got behind their team on Saturday was vital to the late fightback which helped keep their promotion bid alive.
And the Giants chief has no doubt that similar support for his club at Warrington on Sunday could make all the difference in the world.
"The way the Town fans got behind their team on Saturday was inspiring," said Mr Davy.
"You simply cannot underestimate the value of the fans, particularly in tight games.
"We know we will be outnumbered by Saints fans on Sunday, but I also know we can outshout them and hopefully inspire the boys to a historic win.
"I really would urge those who are still thinking of going to the game to come down and make sure that all our remaining tickets are sold.
"Warrington is only an hour down the road, and to know we have a full complement of fans inside the ground could be the key.
"Whatever the outcome, Sunday will be a tremendous day, and everyone has a major role to play in making our dream become a reality."