Jermaine McGillvary has signed a new deal at the Huddersfield Giants which will keep him at the club until the end of 2023.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield Giants half-back Danny Brough has signed a one-year contract extension at the club.Read the full story ›
England winger Jermaine McGillvary has been cleared of biting Lebanon captain Robbie Farah.Read the full story ›
The 21-year-old, who was born in Swaziland, has so far made 38 appearances for Huddersfield.Read the full story ›
Former Bradford Bulls back-row forward Alex Mellor has signed a three-year-deal with Huddersfield Giants.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield Giants have announced the signing of Jake Mamo from Newcastle KnightsRead the full story ›
An inquest has heard how a Huddersfield Giants academy player was killed by a catastrophic head injury after slipping before a tackle.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield's battle to stay in Super League has been dealt a blow after captain Danny Brough was handed a two-match ban by the Rugby Football League.
The 33-year-old, also fined £300, was found guilty of elbowing Logan Tomkins during the Giants' Qualifiers Super 8s defeat to Salford at the AJ Bell Stadium on Sunday.
Brough will now miss Huddersfield's games against Kingstone Press Championship sides Featherstone and Batley as a result.
Leigh centre Greg Worthington has also received a two-match suspension for fighting with London half-back Jamie Soward, who avoided a ban, during the Super 8s match at the Leigh Sports Village on Saturday.
The Huddersfield Giants Academy starlet died earlier this month after a match. His family have decided to donate some of his organs.Read the full story ›
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A video showing group of New Zealand school performing the haka in honour of a Huddersfield Giants Academy player who suffered fatal injuries in a game has gone viral online.
Ronan Costello, who was 17, died from head injuries he sustained in a game against Salford Reds.
The video of the youngsters performing the traditional Maori war dance has been seen more than 90,000 times after being posted by the Rugby League Fan Club group on Facebook.