IT has been a very good week for sport in Yorkshire.
First we had the news that the Tour de France will get under way in 2014 in the Broad Acres. That will bring massive economic and sporting benefits to the whole region.
And now comes the news that a well-known Huddersfield sports complex is once again to be made available for community use.
Giants owner Ken Davy, through his company Huddersfield Sporting Pride, has bought the sprawling Woodfield Park sports ground between Lockwood and Armitage Bridge.
His first priority is to create a modern training complex for Paul Anderson’s Super League side.
But Davy also wants to open up Woodfield Park for community use - much as he has done with his indoor complex, The Zone, which is packed to the rafters day after day by sports enthusiasts and excited youngsters.
Mr Davy deserves our thanks for his efforts to back professional and amateur sport in this town.