BRODS dominated the game from start to finish.
The hosts were shocked by the ferocious tackling and spilled the ball on numerous occasions.
Great work in the ruck by Pete Ashton, James Millington and Josh Forest, set up good clean ball to be shipped out to the backs, who grow in confidence week, by week.
It allowed Reegan Hargeaves to score the first of his brace of the day.
Huddersfield at this point were still in the game and did their best to break down the resistance with bullocking runs from their big forwards,only to be met by the impressive Brods defence of Ollie Anderson, Luke Chadwick and Cole Wilson, who were putting in the big hits.
Huddersfield’s one man rugby never really got off the ground and after several phases of play Brods were in the Huddersfield 22, at which point Harry Dunne stormed on to the ball, breaking numerous tackles and scored a great individual try, converted by Tom Wilson.
Huddersfield responded well and a few unusual missed tackles by Brods allowed them to score to make it 12 - 5 at half-time.
Brods were sniffing victory and this resulted in Dunne’s second great try.
Further big hits from Toby Robins and Joe Sealey took the sting out of any of the home attacks and numerous mistakes by them allowed Brods the ball to put together fast, free flowing rugby.
This allowed new boy Alex Snowball to score a great try on the wing.
With the introduction of Oscar Mathers and Jack Farley,the intensity of the game rose another level allowing the ball to be shipped to the other wing for Connor Pollard, who drew the defence and passed inside for Hargreaves to get his second try of the game and make it 29 - 5.
Brods, now brimming with confidence, were willing to try anything and a great kick by fly-half George Ayrton allowed Alfie Blackhall to run on to the ball, beat the fullback and the wing to score a great final try of the game, converted by Wilson.