HUDDERSFIELD Giants are sticking with 3pm on Sundays for their Super League XI fixtures.
Bradford Bulls have become the latest club to switch to a Friday night.
They follow in the footsteps of Leeds, Wigan, St Helens and Salford, who already have 8pm Friday kick-offs.
But the Giants have made it clear they have no desire to go down the same path when the new campaign gets under way next February.
"Last year we made a firm commitment to family rugby. That is why we returned to 3pm on Sunday for home games," explained Giants general manager Richard Thewlis.
"Many young families want their children to enjoy the spectacle of Super League, but many games are often too late for them.
"Even though there is no school the next day or it is the summer holidays, we know of many parents who want their children in bed at a decent time.
"As a father of two young children I know this to be true.
"A family coming from Wigan or St Helens may not get home until 11 or 12. This is of little benefit to young children.
"And it is virtually impossible for London Harlequins fans to get to these Friday games."
Huddersfield again consulted with fans before deciding to stick with Sundays.
But with average crowds at the Galpharm Stadium in Super League X having risen to 5,414 - up by 25% on the previous season - a change was always unlikely.
And with early season-ticket demand having been strong, there are high hopes of another increase in 2006.