GIANTS mates Jamahl Lolesi and Kevin Brown have both shot through the 100-point mark for the club.
They reached the landmark with their tries in the big 54-6 Super League win at Wakefield.
And both men admit becoming centurions has given them an extra boost ahead of tomorrow’s Challenge Cup clash
"I didn’t actually realise I’d reached 100 points," said Brown, who was in the Wigan side that was beaten in the 2005 Challenge Cup final.
"I take a lot of pleasure in creating tries as well as scoring them, and I’m delighted to pass the landmark.
"I’ve really enjoyed my time at the Giants, so this is a proud moment and hopefully I can stay here for a long time yet.
"But, in the short term, I hope to help us get to the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup tomorrow.
"To reach a major final would be brilliant, one of the best feelings you get in the game.
"It’s a goal of ours to progress and everyone in the squad knows how important it is.
"Being there and playing in a final was a great experience for me, but we lost that day.
"it would be great to go one step further this year, although we’ll concentrate on Cas first."
Lolesi is also no stranger to showpiece occasions, having being part of the Canterbury Bulldogs NRL Premiership success in 2004.
And he’s excited about the prospect of reaching the last four.
"It would be a great occasion if we managed to progress," he said. "I’ve spoken to Kev about the experience and obviously from watching it on the television for a number of years, it looks like the kind of atmosphere I’d love to be involved in.
"We need to do our best this Sunday to give us the best possible chance of getting there, and for me to start working towards my next 100 points!"