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DISAPPOINTED Giants coach Nathan Brown admitted his club needs to put in a lot of hard work to get back to their best Super League form.

For the second time in three games Huddersfield were physically dominated by their opponents.

The sides at the top of table seem to have too much power for the Giants as they followed being heavily beaten 46-12 at Wigan 13 days ago by struggling to contain new Super League leaders Warrington as they slipped to a 28-16 at the Halliwell Jones Stadium last night.

Coach Brown knows that something has to be done about the situation as quickly as possible.

“To see a Huddersfield side dominated in such a way twice in such a short space of time just isn’t good enough,” said Brown.

“Warrington really gave it to us in the first half last night and in that opening spell we just couldn’t handle it.

“That is not what the Giants are about and it is obvious there is a lot of hard work for the players and the coaching staff to take on board if we are to get back to our best.

“I suppose in years gone by the Giants may have been pretty happy to have ended with a scoreline like this after being so many points down, but those days are gone.

“We are all bitterly disappointed and we are determined to do something about it.”