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LUKE MAKES GIANT LEAPLuke Robinson has made his final appearance for National League One bound Salford City Reds. The former Wigan and Castleford half-back has joine

d last seasons cup finalists Huddersfield Gian

ts on a three-year deal. Robinson wanted to make a

playing farewell at Harlequins today and next Friday against Warrington. But the relegated Reds have vetoed the plan. I told them I would be moving on next year because I believe in honesty between players and the club, explained Robinson. They accepted it, but told m

e they would like to try players who might have a chance of being t

here next year. I was also told I didnt have to train any more. But my mates are there. I started the season with them and they deserve the respect of me training with them to hel

p them win the last two games. Robinson admits he would have jumped ship even had the City Reds avoided the drop. I dont regret going to Salford. I got regular first team rugby and that makes you improve. But its been a disappointing season. Even if we hadnt have gone down I probably would have moved. However, I still wouldnt have wanted to leave under the present circumstances. Nobody wants to be par

t o

f a relegated team. I wish I could have left Salfo

rd under a more positive note. When I found out Huddersfield might be intereste

d I got on the phone to a few of my ma

tes at the Giants; Stephen Wild, M

artin Aspinwall and Stuart Jones. I asked them about the set-up, the facilities, the coach. Eve

rything seems top notch at a club that is going places. So, I made up my mind pretty quickly. I had one or two other offers but Huddersfield is the only one I took seriously. Coach Jon Sharp

is equally enthusiastic about Robinson and his partnership at half-back with another ex-Wigan youngster, Kevin Brown. Weve been tracking Luke for a while, said the former GB assistant boss. Weve heard lots of positive things about Luke. He ha

s played alongside Kevin befor

e and I think they can both be fantastic for one another. Huddersfield face their biggest match since their Twickenham defeat by St Helens last August. Victory over closest rivals Wakefield Trinity will virtually guarantee a firstever play-off place. But it could signal the final home appearance for Brad Drew, Chris Nero and Paul Reilly. Were not there yet, said cautious Sharp, whose job was on the line when Giants lost their first seven matches. We must come up with a really good performance.

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