The Wolves began the game well as they scored in their first possession, as Riley went over the line after some lovely cross-field passing creating space on the right.
Due to some solid defending the teams went into the break with the score at 6-4. After the break, however, it was all Warrington.
Minutes later, some great handling from the Wolves and slight bit of fortune allowed Riley to coast in for his second try. This time however, Hodgson missed the kick for the extras.
The visitors were smelling blood now as the home side began to struggle to make their tackles and this allowed Micky Higham and Monaghan to add further tries to make the score 24-6 to the Wolves.
Ben Crooks added a consolation try but it was too little too late for Hull.