A second-half comeback from Widnes Wikings has given them a comfortable 36-16 win over Hull in the Super League.
Joe Westerman got Hull off to a flyer with a try inside four minutes and he got up to kick the extra points.
Widnes battled back and got their first try of the encounter in the 21st minute through Paddy Flynn, but his effort went unconverted.
Five minutes later Hull extended their lead with a Ben Galea try converted by Westerman putting them 12-4 ahead.
A try two minutes before the half-time break from Flynn and converted by Patrick Ah Van meant the sides went in with just two points in the contest.
The second half turned into a whitewash for Vikings after their excellent start to the second half saw Cameron Phelps and Chris Dean both score tries.
Phelps added another before Tom Lineham went over for Hull to give them a chance in the final 20 minutes.