GIANTS chairman Ken Davy is hoping the fans turn out in force on Sunday to celebrate what has been a highly-successful Super League season for his club.
A Huddersfield win over Wakefield at the Galpharm would almost certainly guarantee the Giants a place in the play-offs for the first time.
The fixture is the Giants’ last home match in the regular Super League season.
And Davy is urging as many fans as possible to get to the Galpharm and acknowledge the efforts of their team.
“The Giants are on the brink of achieving something very special,” said Davy.
“Never before have we reached the Super League play-offs, but we know a win this weekend would be a massive step.
“And I dearly hope the fans turn out in force and show their appreciation for what this team is achieving.
“The sporting community should be proud of what the Giants are doing for this town.
“Last season we reached the Challenge Cup final for the first time in over 40 years and we are now enjoying our most successful League season for several generations. That’s a wonderful thing to be saying.
“Our form in Super League over the last 18 games is only bettered by St Helens and we head into this vital game against Wakefield with our confidence sky-high.
“This Sunday should be a time for great celebration.”
l The Giants’ final game of the regular Super League season at Hull KR has been moved from next Sunday to next Saturday and will be on Sky TV at 6pm.