Cudjoe: We have to hit top form CONSISTENCY IS THE KEY TO GIANTS SUCCESS NEXT SEASON SAYS SKIPPER
the squad can remain healthy.
“The season as a whole wasn’t too bad,” said the 29-year-old former England centre.
“We had some big personnel missing from our team for most of the year in Bruno (Michael Lawrence), Tommy Symonds and Jake Mamo.
“We showed improvement from last year in getting into the top eight, and a lot of our younger players have come on a lot.
“The Middle part of the year, in particular, was good because we really hit some form and showed what we can do. We just need to do it more often.
“It was obviously disappointing how we started and finished the season, and that’s something we have to fix up.
“We want to be a team that’s consistent every day with training and every week in games, and that’s something we will keep working towards.”
The skipper’s comments were echoed by emerging wing star Darnell McIntosh.
The 20-year-old, who won the Giants try of the year award for 2017, is expecting the squad to continue the improving form that was shown in the second half of last season.
“After the win over Catalans at the Magic Weekend I felt that we saw a massive difference ,” said the former Newsome Panthers junior player.
“We seemed to be improving every week and in the second half of the season I thought that we were really good.
“It means that we will go into next season with a real buzz.”
Former Huddersfield Giants coach Jon Sharp is reportedly in the running to become the new head coach at London Broncos.
The Broncos have confirmed the departure of head coach Andrew Henderson, who has left by mutual consent with immediate effect to take on the role of assistant coach at Warrington