Davy apologises for display
Giants supremo frustrated at slump in form
Last Updated: 19/07/12 4:33pm
Huddersfield Giants chairman Ken Davy issues a personal apology to fans
Huddersfield Giants chairman Ken Davy has issued a personal apology to fans following the club's 52-6 to the lowly Castleford Tigers.
The Giants were leading the Stobart Super League table in the middle of May, but a home defeat to Wigan allowed the Warriors to move two points clear.
Huddersfield have since lost seven of their last eight in the league and now trail Shaun Wane's men by 10 points, a run that has seen them slide into seventh.
"To have fallen away over the last six weeks or so has been incredibly frustrating for everyone."
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Davy has vented his frustration at the team's dramatic slump in form, although he still believes the Giants have the chance to secure a positive season.
"We are all bitterly disappointed with the performance (against Castleford) and I want to apologise personally to the supporters of Huddersfield Giants," Davy told the Huddersfield Examiner.
"An enormous amount of effort and resources have gone into building a successful club and a team that, only a few short weeks ago, was top of Super League.
"To have fallen away over the last six weeks or so has been incredibly frustrating for everyone, and I don't believe a team that was doing as well as it was can become a bad team in just a few weeks.
"We have some fantastic players and still the opportunity of an excellent season.
"Unfortunately, however, results like the one at Castleford do nothing to improve the confidence of anyone connected with the club, so I would like to reiterate my personal apology for this kind of performance."