HUDDERSFIELD Giants are looking to recruit young people between the age of 13 and 19 to play a major role in developing a `Huddersfield Giants Young Supporters Club'.
The Giants are to set up a forum of young people who will be asked to develop a new club specifically catering for the needs of the Giants' growing army of younger fans.
An `expression of interest' meeting will be held at the Galpharm tomorrow from 7.30pm.
Giants Community Sports Coach Mick Sykes has been at the forefront of the move and is hoping there will be a positive response.
"This is a really exciting development for the club," he said.
"The Giants' Community Programme has now been running for almost two years and has contacted thousands of children and young people during that time.
"Developing a supporters club for young fans will give youngsters who have developed an interest in the Giants a way of staying involved in the club.
"The general ethos of the forum is to bring young people together from many different areas, giving them a chance to have their say in how the Young Supporters Club is developed.
"It is an exciting project to be working on and will be extremely rewarding for those young people that become involved".
All young people aged between 13 and 19 years old are invited to come along to the meeting and decide from there if they want to become involved.
Adults are also welcome to come along, with all ideas welcome and a pre-match launch can be planned.
* BBC Radio Leeds RL producer James Deighton will be the guest speaker at the Senior Giants meeting tomorrow.
It gets under way in the Panasonic Suite at 2.15pm and all are welcome.