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Huddersfield Giants Triumph 56-22 over Hull FC

Hull FC 22-56 Huddersfield Giants

Huddersfield Giants showcased their dominance once again, overpowering Hull FC 56-22 in a Super League showdown. Adam Swift’s remarkable hat-trick propelled the Giants to another resounding victory over Hull FC, following their recent 50-6 Challenge Cup win. The relentless performance saw Huddersfield notch up an impressive ten tries, further solidifying their position in the top six of the league.

Despite Hull FC’s hopes of building on their improved display against Hull KR, they faltered under pressure, enduring three sin-binnings throughout the match. Ligi Sao’s two spells in the sin-bin, along with Jack Brown’s yellow card, compounded Hull FC’s struggles.

The Giants wasted no time asserting their dominance, with Adam Swift opening the scoring within the first minute. Although Liam Sutcliffe’s try briefly lifted Hull FC’s spirits, Swift’s second try, coupled with Jack Murchie’s score, saw Huddersfield surge ahead.

While Hull FC attempted to mount a comeback with another try from Sutcliffe and contributions from young talents like Lewis Martin, Huddersfield’s relentless attack proved too much to handle. Esan Marsters, Luke Yates, and Kevin Naiqama added to the Giants’ tally, securing a commanding 40-10 lead at halftime.

Despite a brief resurgence from Hull FC in the second half, highlighted by Franklin Pele’s set-up for Fa’amanu Brown’s try, Huddersfield maintained their dominance. Tui Lolohea’s brace, along with Jake Bibby’s late try, sealed the emphatic victory for the Giants.

Hull FC coach Tony Smith expressed disappointment at his team’s performance, emphasizing the need for sustained pressure to secure victories. Meanwhile, Huddersfield coach Ian Watson praised his team’s professionalism and highlighted Adam Swift’s outstanding contribution to the win.

With this convincing victory, Huddersfield Giants reaffirm their status as a formidable force in the Super League, while Hull FC face the challenge of regrouping and improving their form in the coming matches.


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