Huddersfield Giants restore their three-point lead at the top of the Super League table with a 24-10 win at home to Hull FC.
Huddersfield Giants have restored their three-point lead at the top of the Super League table with a 24-10 win at home to Hull FC.
Shaun Lunt's try on 21 minutes opened the scoring for the hosts, while Danny Brough added the extras to make it 6-0.
Ben Galea went over six minutes later to reduce Huddersfield's lead to 6-4 at half time.
Daniel Holdsworth then converted Ben Crooks's score at the start of the second period to put Hull ahead.
Brough kicked over the two points following Aaron Murphy's try on 56 minutes before Joe Wardle scored to put the Giants back ahead.
It was 18-10 with eight minutes left to play thanks to another Brough goal and the scrum-half was on target again in the last minute after Scott Grix had touched down.
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