Warrington Wolves record a 34-6 victory over Hull Kingston Rovers on Sunday.
Warrington Wolves continued their solid run of form with a 34-6 victory over Hull Kingston Rovers on Sunday.
It was the home side who opened the scoring after six minutes, with Brett Hodgson adding a goal and try in quick succession as Hull struggled to deal with the pace of the match.
Mike Cooper was next on the scoresheet for Wolves, before Hodgson added his second goal after 11 minutes to move the hosts into a 12-0 lead.
Hull improved as the half gathered pace, however, with a Jordan Cox try and a Michael Dobson goal moving them to within six points at the interval.
Ben Currie was first on the board in the second period, however, with his try moving Wolves into a 16-6 lead with 50 minutes on the clock.
That lead was extended late on when Chris Riley added his side's fourth try of the match, before Michael Monaghan, Currie and Lee Briers added gloss to the score in the latter stages.