A FINE team effort booked Fartown a place in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup as they beat Bradford Northern 17-7.
In front of a crowd of 69,198 at Odsal the visitors had to bide their time but, having trailed 5-4 at the interval, they produced a great second-half display.
Two penalties from Pat Devery gave Fartown the lead, but they were pegged back when Jack McLean got over the line and Joe Phillips added the goal.
The second half started well for Fartown as first scrum half Billy Banks and then winger Dick Cracknell crossed for tries and, while Devery could not add the goals, a Banks drop goal edged the visitors seven points in front.
Bradford threatened to reply but the turning point came when Cracknell cut in from the flank and just got over the line at the posts and Devery added the goal.
Trevor Foster tried to inspire a Northern fightback but all the home side could muster was a late penalty from Phillips as Huddersfield marched into the last four before going on to win the final 15-10 against St Helens.
Huddersfield: Hunter; Cracknell, Pepperell, Devery, Cooper; Ramsden, Banks; Slevin, Curran, Bowden, Brown, Large, Valentine.
Northern: Phillips; Hawes, Hastings, Ward McLean; L Haley, Jones; Shreeve, N Haley, Greaves, Fowler, Tyler, Traill.
Referee: G Phillips (Widnes)