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SCOTT GRIX TO REMAIN NUMBER ONE AT THE GIANTS

16th June 2014

SCOTT GRIX TO REMAIN NUMBER ONE AT THE GIANTS

Giants Full Back Pens New Deal

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Huddersfield Giants full back Scott Grix has penned a contract extension to remain at the club for a further two seasons. The 30 year old has played over 150 games for the claret and gold and is a key senior member of the squad.

“Scott Grix is an outstanding professional player and person”, said Giants Managing Director Richard Thewlis.  “He is a vastly experienced full back and very popular member of the squad where his value is hugely appreciated. He has made the full back shirt his own specialist position after spending a lot of time demonstrating his utility value to us and his previous clubs and it is a mark of his patience, ability and perseverance I believe that his career has really blossomed towards the latter end of it.

“He is a superb role model for our younger guys – some of whom he knows will be eyeing him and others in the backline up for starting slots next year and I think that competition is something that is good for our club. We are always talking here of players that have experienced and succeeded in big games as being the types we want in claret and gold and for Grixy few could argue that his try last season away at the Wigan Warriors was a defining moment in our modern day history, a truly memorable moment and the sort of memory that he and his team mates here are very capable of building upon.”

 Scott Grix was pleased to sign a new deal with the Huddersfield Giants:

“I’m really pleased to sign a new deal, it’s my fifth year at the Giants and to extend it by another couple and continue to be around my team mates is great news.

“There is a big core of local boys that have been here throughout my Giants career and the time has certainly flown by with the same faces and that consistency is good for me and good for the club going forward.

“Over my time here we have made great strides as individuals, as a team and as a club and I’m pleased that I can continue to be a part of this development with us looking to continue to improve.

“It is always tough to back that next one up but that’s what a champion team does and we didn’t come to terms with that at the start of the season. We have started to ‘hit our straps’ lately and we now know what it is like to be around the business end of the year, what frame of mind you need to be in and as a group we are a year further down the line now and hopefully a year stronger when it comes to the back end.

“There are more and more youngsters coming through from the junior set up and I like to think that I am reasonably experienced and try and be as consistent as I can be so if I can help or rub off on them in any way at all hopefully it can be of benefit to them and the club.

Giants Head Coach Paul Anderson was pleased that Grix has extended his stay with the claret and gold.

“Scott is a vital part of what we do and he’s a player who has managed to find a real high level of consistency in his game over the last two years. One of the reasons he has got to that level is that he is very, very consistent in training as well.

“He is a player that did it tough in the early part of his career, been here and there, but he’s found himself a home here and he is a good role model for our younger players at the club as he is the first on the training field and the last to leave. It is the example that he sets with the things he does pre and post training as he is very meticulous in his approach and turns up with a good attitude to play well.

“He is a very smart player, a very consistent player and a very good player for us.

 HUDDERSFIELD GIANTS VS LONDON BRONCOS - SATURDAY 21ST JUNE KICK OFF 3PM -

The Giants return to the John Smith’s Stadium for their only game in June and don’t forget that ticket categories are £3 cheaper when purchasing prior to matchday with under 12’s FREE of charge at every Huddersfield Giants home game. By utilising the new Click and Collect service supporters can buy their tickets online with no booking fee and collect on a matchday.

Pre-Matchday ticket prices for the Round 17 First Utility Super League clash are as follows:

  • Adults: £21
  • Concessions: £15
  • 12-16 Years: £5
  • Under 12's: FREE
  • Ambulant Disabled: Relevant Price/Carer FREE
  • Wheelchair Disabled: Relevant Price/Carer FREE

The John Smith’s Stadium Ticket Office is open Monday-Friday 9am – 5pm and Saturday 9am-12 midday. Supporters can also purchase tickets online byclicking here or by calling the Ticket Hotline on 01484 484 123.

 

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