HUDDERSFIELD'S director of rugby Mark Sowerby had called for a massive display from his young side against Altrincham Kersal - and he certainly got it!
This was another terrific team performance to go alongside the recent stunning victory over League leaders Caldy, and it keeps them right in the promotion mix.
Second-rower George Hinchliff was named the sponsor's man-of-the-match for a robust performance in the pack but, in truth, most of the side were in contention for the award.
Lee Paxman scored a great poacher's try and the inside centre also stood out with a number of big hits, while his centre partner Chris Johnson also scored a brilliant solo effort, intercepting and showing a clean pair of heels to the entire Altrincham defence.
Sowerby himself was a rock at No8, involved in everything, while wing forward Hamish Pratt, playing his first game of 2007 was his usual industrious self.
Indeed, the whole pack were dominant, giving the Kersal eight a torrid time all afternoon, especially in the second half when the men from Lockwood Park were playing into the teeth of the gale and defending a slim seven-point lead.
That was solely down to Paxman, who, with Altrincham in possession, produced a massive hit, dislodging the ball, which he eagerly scooped up and charged 25 yards to touch down near the posts, leaving Johnson with the easy conversion.
Many felt the seven-point lead would not be enough at the turnround, and three poor clearance kicks from the re-start underlined that.
But Sowerby's men simply stepped up another gear, ignored the ferocious wind and difficult handling conditions, and took the game to Altrincham to such a degree the visitors never at any stage looked like breaking their duck.
Paxman made a couple of telling breaks in the first 40 minutes, one of which looked to have sent Johnson over, only for the centre to be stopped just short.
And his subsequent pass went to the visitors, while Johnson and stand-off Olly Wickett both made abortive attempts at a drop goal while having the benefit of the wind at their backs.
After the break, it was Wickett who relieved early pressure, when he worked a runaround move with winger Alex Shaw taking play into Kersal's half.
Although the visitors took clean possession from a scrum, when they attempted to run the ball down the line, Johnson pouched a quality interception and sprinted 40 yards to the sticks, his conversion putting Huddersfied 14-0 ahead.
Right winger Tim Taylor was held just short after another gut-busting run from Pratt before Johnson stretched his side's lead to 17 following a penalty for a high tackle, his 37-yard punt making light of the fierce wind.
Full-back Andy Metcalfe was the next man to break through Kersal's first line of defence, only for his pass to Shaw to be adjudged marginally forward - one of two which deprived Huddersfield of almost-certain scores.
Sowerby's young side were now rampant, however, and Johnson, Pratt and Paxman combined to set up Taylor for his side' third try in the right corner.
And they were to finish with another flourish from Metcalfe, Shaw and Damian Clayton, which so nearly brought a score for the scrum-half, who was denied by another forward pass.
Nevertheless, this was a very, very good performance, against a team who had inflicted a 20-3 defeat on Huddersfield earlier in the season in Cheshire.
And if Sowerby's side replicate this superb work ethic for the remainder of the season - continuing in a fortnight at Westoe - then at the very least a play-off spot is certainly not beyond them.
Huddersfield: Metcalfe; Taylor, Johnson, Paxman, Shaw; Wickett, Clayton, McPhail (Pollock 60), Gough, Stringwell, Barnard (Sharrock 70), Hinchliff, Pratt, Whitehead, Sowerby.
Sub not used: Carter.
Altrincham Kersal: Edwards; Burgess, Murphy, Hule, Petite; Ashman, Morris, Minson, Geddis, Watson, Cammis, Hutchison, Fernandez-Ariaz, Shepherd, Nicholls. Subs: Barton, Singleton, Walker.