Salford Red Devils secure a precious victory with a 36-10 win over Huddersfield Giants.
Salford Red Devils have recorded only their third away win of the season with a 36-10 victory over the Huddersfield Giants at the John Smith's stadium.
England international Rangi Chase opened the scoring on 12 minutes, with Matty Ashford extending Salford's lead with his side's second try of the afternoon just four minutes later.
Joe Wardle cut the deficit when he went over midway through the opening half, and it remained 12-4 at the interval.
Mason Caton-Brown extended the lead after the restart with a solo effort before Salford forward Lama Tasi was sent off for a late tackle on Danny Brough.
However, despite their numerical disadvantage, Theo Fages, Greg Johnson and Kevin Locke - who impressed on his debut - all ran in tries for Salford after Tasi's dismissal.
Larne Patrick scored a late try but it was nothing more than a consolation for the Giants, while the victory alleviates Salford's relegation worries.
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