Brown: Win it for Giants chief
Huddersfield coach Nathan Brown is urging his players to win the Carnegie Challenge Cup for club benefactor Ken Davy rather than himself.
Giants captain Kevin Brown had spoken in the run-up to Sunday's 42-14 win at Super League rivals Hull about the players wanting to send their St Helens-bound coach out on a high with a victory at Wembley.
But the former St George Illawarra boss responded: "I would hope that's not the case.
"It's not about me or any one individual. I would hope they want to do well for the group, as well as the fans and our chairman, who has put a lot of money into the club over a lot of years.
"Coaches are hired guns. You are paid to do a job and you are supposed to do it to the best of your ability.
"As a whole I'd like the players to want to do it for the group. It's more about them. They've done a lot more for me than I've done for them."