FLYING Giants winger Marcus St Hilaire has paid tribute to his teammates after helping his side secure a 50-16 fourth-round victory over Pia.
The 27-year-old was named the Powergen man-of-the-match for his two-try display and for helping set up several others.
But while St Hilaire admitted he was delighted to pick up the award and to have made it four tries in two games, he was even more pleased to have got the win.
"After being a part of the team that lost to Hunslet a year ago, it was nice to get back to winning ways in the Cup," he said.
"In both games we started well, but on this occasion we didn't let complacency ruin the day.
"We knew Pia were a good side and that we would have to remain on our toes all game.
"And, apart from one or two spells, we managed to do just that and came up with the win.
"It was particularly pleasing to have come up with two more tries and to have picked up the man-of-the-match award for a second successive week.
"But doing this can only be achieved on the back of the work put in by the rest of the guys.
"And the boys do work hard to get results. As far as I'm concerned, the forwards don't get as many man-of-the-match awards as they deserve."