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Sir Rodney Walker

My first Challenge Cup Final

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Jeff Slevin

Dad returns a happy man!

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Joe Whiteley

After the disappointment of losing Super League status, the 2002 season in the Northern Ford Premiership is one of my greatest Rugby Memories.

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Patrick Riley

My memory is winning 13-2 at St Helens in the cup in march 1962.

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Leroy Cudjoe

My greatest memory for Huddersfield Giants was winning the play off game at Warrington in 2010 by scoring a 90metre interception in the final moments of the game.

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Michael Lawrence

One my best huddersfield giants memories is making my debut against Warrington Wolves back in 2007 as a 17 year old and beating them!

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The realisation that we were going to the final. With Paul Reilly and Stuart Donlan.

Chris Thorman

My greatest memory of my time with the Huddersfield Giants, was captaining the side to its first Challenge Cup final in over 40 years.

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Jean Horne

In 1947 my dear Dad, recently demobbed from the Army, took me along to my first match at Fartown.

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Alex Winpenny

It’s not necessarily the flashes of brilliance that stick in your mind but the things that go wrong.

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Gerald Furness

He never really mentioned that he was a rugby player. It was my father who told me he was the great Douglas Clark.

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Robbie Hunter-Paul

My greatest memory for both the Giants and the Bulls would be walking out wearing the clubs colours in the Challenge Cup final.

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Phil Fletcher

I remember the first really big match I saw at Fartown. It was the first time they’d played on a Sunday and they weren’t allowed to charge to get in

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Shirley Furness

Our best supporter at one time was a dog sitting on the terrace, it was always there.

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Maurice Oldroyd

Johnny Hunter and Pat Devery

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Nancy Beaumont

"There used to be huge queues of trolleybuses in St George’s Square just ferrying people to the match and back."

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Ken Davy

Bizarrely my introduction to rugby league came when I was nineteen and about to be appointed chief photographer on the Oriana, one of the largest cruise ships in the world.

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