THE Giants have appointed Paul Moses as their Senior Academy Head Coach.
The former Halifax and Keighley scrum half has 10 years of experience in coaching, having worked at all levels in the game from Scholarship through to First Team.
He takes over from Lee St Hilaire, who is now assistant coach at fellow Super League side Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
"I am delighted we are able to add Paul to our coaching team," said coach Jon Sharp.
"He impressed me with his knowledge of rugby league and his enthusiasm.
"I am sure our Academy players will enjoy working with him and develop as players under his guidance."
Moses will have his first look at the Giants in action at tomorrow's Challenge Cup clash at Halifax.
Another big Huddersfield following is expected for the derby encounter.
Around 2,000 fans made the trip to Castleford Tigers last Sunday, and more are expected for this weekend.
Club officials report ticket sales have been brisk, with hopes high that the visitors will fill at least half of the main Skircoat Stand, which seats 3,000.
A healthy number are also expected to populate the terrace behind the goalposts to the left of the seated area.
Strong Giants backing is obviously a big boost to the players, but an impressive travelling support could, in fact, now have much wider implications.
Clubs are now having to work on their franchise applications and showing they have good away support could be another point well worth stressing.