GIANTS assistant coach Paul Anderson is determined to make the Galpharm Stadium a fortress on the back of a first home Super League success since last July.
Huddersfield made it four wins from six Super League XIV starts with a 46-6 eight-try destruction of the previously in-form Harlequins.
It was the Giants’ first success on home soil since the 25-24 victory over Bradford Bulls on July 6.
After that victory, Huddersfield lost their final three home games of 2008 and opened up this campaign with Galpharm losses to St Helens and Hull.
But having now re-discovered the winning formula, Anderson is hoping it’s a taste of things to come.
“We want to make this stadium a fortress, that’s one of our aims,” he said. “But we need to be more consistent, not just overall, but within the game itself, to do that.
“There were errors in some of our moves that we are not happy about and we have to cut those out if we are to compete at the top end of Super League.
“We are pleased with the result though. I thought we handled the windy conditions better and, while we were helped by some of their mistakes, I thought we were clinical.”
Once again, the Giants pack laid the foundation for success, and Anderson was full of praise for the way all the forwards played.
“Everyone up the middle can be proud of the way they played,” he added.Related content
“All the front-rowers did their job, as did the back-rowers, like Wild, Kirmond and Lolesi.
“And, again, Scotty Moore came up with some big plays.
“But, at this stage, it’s just something to build on because we still know there areas that need to be improved.”