Moore makes Giants return
Scott Moore has penned a deal with the Huddersfield Giants till the end of the season as he looks to get his career back on track.
The 24-year-old was sacked by the Widnes Vikings just six games into a three-year deal at the Stobart Stadium for disciplinary reasons and was a free agent before being picked up by the Giants, who currently top the Super League table. Moore has already enjoyed a spell with the West Yorkshire outfit, having spent a season on loan from St Helens at the Galpharm Stadium back in 2009 under head coach Nathan Brown. Huddersfield were keen to bring in a new hooker, with Tommy Lee suffering a nasty knee injury which will rule the forward out for a four-month spell. Now the Giants have secured the services of Moore on a deal till the end of the current campaign and the player is looking forward to get back in the thick of the action. He said: "I had success here last time and that is the aim for me again. "The team is going well and my first challenge will be to get a slot in the side as there is so much quality here in depth. "I am grateful for the opportunity to put some silly mistakes recently behind me and look forward to repaying the faith that Nathan and the club have in me on and off the field."