Huddersfield Giants returned to the top of the Super League table with a crushing 46-4 victory over a depleted Salford City Reds side.
The hosts raced into an early lead, with Jermaine McGillvary crossing the try line twice in the opening five minutes, and further tries from David Faiumu, Joe Wardle and Brett Ferres extended Huddersfield's advantage.
The Salford side, which included three Super League debutants, were punished further as Danny Brough converted four of the five tries.
Brough himself scored a try with the second half just seven minutes old and converted once again.
A young Salford team got a deserved try for themselves when Niall Evalds latched onto a grubber kick to cross the line.
Jamie Cording scored twice more in the second half and Brough's imperious kicking ensured a mammoth win for the Super League leaders.