Australian Sezer kicks Huddersfield winner

Aidan Sezer kicked a penalty with only two minutes remaining to seal Huddersfield a dramatic 12-10 victory over Salford at the AJ Bell Stadium.

The Australian halfback stepped up to slot the ball between the posts after Salford's Lee Mossop was penalised for pushing Lee Gaskell.

It ensured his coach and compatriot Simon Woolford's side started the Super League season with two wins from as many matches, while last season's beaten grand finalists Salford have won only one of their first three games.

The Giants were playing for only the second time this season after last week's scheduled game against Leeds fell foul of Storm Ciara, and they weathered an early Red Devils' onslaught to win in dramatic fashion.

Elsewhere, Luke Gale captained Leeds to their first win of the season in only his second appearance for his home-town club.

The former Castleford playmaker stepped in as third-choice skipper in the absence of injured backrowers Stevie Ward and Rhyse Martin and kicked eight goals from 10 attempts in a 52-10 rout of Hull KR.