HUDDERSFIELD Giants’ Under 16s Scholarship side underlined their ability with a 92-14 thrashing of Sheffield Eagles at the YMCA.
They led 48-10 at half-time and obviously never looked back after the break.
A final reminder that Eorl Crabtree’s testimonial sports quiz is being staged at Golcar British Legion Club tonight (7.30).
The three-man teams represent Huddersfield Giants with Eorl and two teammates, the Super League referees of Richard Silverwood, Ben Thaler and James Child and a media team selection of the Examiner’s Chris Roberts, Dave Woods (BBC TV) and Bill Arthur (Sky).
Question master will be Danny Lockwood, the publisher of League Weekly, and admission, which includes supper, is £10 for adults and £7 for Under 14s.
Melbourne Storm skipper Cam Smith says he and his teammates have not conceded that the 2010 season is a lost cause, with the players hopeful the NRL might yet allow them to accrue points this campaign.
Melbourne have now won five times from seven starts this season but following Thursday’s revelation that the NRL had uncovered systematic salary cap cheating at the club going back five years, they have no points to show for their efforts.
NRL chief executive David Gallop is adamant that the penalties will stand regardless of any further developments, but Smith is expecting the club to explore all available options.
“Certainly not (we have not given up hope),” Smith said after Sunday’s 40-6 hammering of the Warriors.