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The Giants followed up their 50-point Good Friday mauling of Wakefield Trinity Wildcats with their first away victory of the season as they look to climb off the foot of the engage Super League table.
It was the boot of stand-off Chris Thorman that proved vital as he landed seven goals from seven attempts as both sides scored three tries.
The Giants made a superb start and were 8-0 up in as many minutes as Australian hooker Brad Drew sold an outrageous dummy to the Wolves defence to dart over and Thorman converted to add to an earlier penalty.
The Wolves responded when the Giants lost possession deep inside their own half.
The home side seized on the loose ball and Paul Rauhihi and Lee Briers combined to send Henry Fa