Huddersfield Giants moved into third place in the engage Super League table with a 30-14 win over Wakefield Trinity Wildcats.
The Giants led 12-4 at the half-time interval and finished the game strongly after a brief Wakefield revival.
The Wildcats are now sixth in the table, equal on points with seventh-placed Warrington who yesterday beat Celtic Crusaders.
Huddersfield opened the scoring through Scott Moore after good work from Brett Hodgson, David Faiumu crossing to extend the lead, David Hodgson converting both tries.
Trinity hit back on the half-hour mark when Danny Brough combined with Jason Demetriou for Scott Grix to score at the corner, but the Giants still held an eight-point lead.
The home side saw a Lee Mossop touch down disallowed for obstruction just before the interval, and Tony Martin’s try after the restart, converted by Brough, cut the gap to just two points.
Wakefield could have taken the lead through Matt Petersen but this time they saw a touch down ruled out by referee Phil Bentham.
Instead tries from Faiumu and David Hodgson along with two conversions from Brett Hodgson gave the hosts a commanding 24-10 lead.
Peterson was able to claim a try for the Wildcats, but Huddersfield had the final say when Liam Fulton broke the defensive line to score, Hodgson adding his fifth goal.