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Wolves thrash Hull FC with record breaking 80-10 victory


WARRINGTON Wolves bounced back from their Wembley defeat by thrashing Hull FC 80-10 with Bryson Goodwin grabbing five of 14 tries.

The Wolves hit Hull with six first-half tries as Goodwin and Toby King scored twice, while Josh Charnley and Jack Hughes also went over.

Warrington notched 80 points thanks to three more from Goodwin, while Joe Philbin, Charnley, Tyrone Roberts, Tom Lineham and Stefan Ratchford also scored.

Hull’s only response came from tries through Fetuli Talanoa and Josh Griffin as they conceded the most points in their history.

Warrington’s biggest-ever Super League score against Hull saw them move up to third in the Super 8s, three points behind second-placed Wigan, who have a game in hand.

It took just three minutes for the Wolves to open the scoring as Charnley finished off a free-flowing move in the right-hand corner.

Hull hit back when Faraimo was first to get his hand to a loose ball, but two tries in as many minutes swung the game back in Warrington’s favour.

First, King jumped for Roberts’ cross-field kick to touch down and then Goodwin went over after Lineham had raced clear.

Goodwin quickly added his second collecting a short pass from Tyrone Roberts and then King then scored his second after two Hull players collided jumping for the same ball.

Hughes then barged his way over from close to make it 34-6 at the interval with the game effectively over as a contest.

Goodwin completed his hat-trick from Daryl Clark’s kick and added his fourth  two minutes later.

Liam Harris set up Griffin for Hull’s second try of the night but it was little consolation.

Next over for Warrington was Philbin who took the ball from dummy-half to force his way over from close range and then Charnley dived in for his second while Roberts, who also kicked 24 points with boot, raced 40 metres to score.

Then in the final 10 minutes Lineham collected Kevin Brown’s kick to go over, Ratchford created his own space for a try and Goodwin grabbed his fifth to complete a memorable night for the man-of-the-match.



Warrington (34) 80
Tries: Goodwin 5, King 2, Charnley 2, Hughes, Philbin, Roberts, Lineham, Ratchford Goals: Roberts 12
Hull FC (6) 10
Tries: Talanoa, Griffin Goals: Faraimo

Warrington: Ratchford, Lineham, Goodwin, T. King, Charnley, K. Brown, Roberts, Hill, Clark, Cooper, Murdoch-Masila, Thompson, Hughes.

Replacements: Patton, Philbin, G. King, Pomeroy.

Hull: Shaul, Faraimo, Griffin, Tuimavave, Talanoa, Abdull, Harris, Taylor, Houghton, Paea, Washbrook, Hadley, Manu.

Replacements: Bienek, Lane, Litten, Matongo.

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