A strong second half showing for Hull FC saw the Black & Whites score 20 points without return to beat Warrington 34-10 and go top of the Super League.
In the night's other game St Helens were easy winners against Leigh.
- Hull FC 34-10 Warrington
- St Helens 28-6 Leigh
Hull lead Warrington 14-10 in the evening's live game from the Super League.
The hosts lead 12-0 early on before Warrington came back into it. Looks set for a good second half.
England Rugby League Head Coach Wayne Bennett has selected a 20-man squad for the Pacific Test match against Samoa at Campbelltown Stadium in Australia on Saturday May 6.
Mike McMeeken, Chris McQueen and Alex Walmsley have been called up to an England squad for the first time, while there are recalls for Zak Hardaker and Chris Heighington, who was last selected in 2011. Sean O’Loughlin will also return to the squad as Captain after missing the 2016 Four Nations tournament through injury.
Warrington have clinched the win over neighbours Widnes tonight with a late penalty making it 19-10 with time almost up.
It's the Wolves' second win in a row after the broke their Super League duck against Leeds last week.
Widnes have got the first points of the second half with a converted try from Charly Runciman to make it 10-17 against Warrington.
With a quarter of the game to go, this one's still up for grabs.
It's half-time in Widnes and Warrington have built a useful 17-4 lead having trailed 4-0 inside the first two minutes.
They are good value for their advantage with Declan Patton impressive at half-back.
Warrington were not behind long at Widnes. Winger Tom Lineham has scored out wide after some nice work from Stefan Ratchford. The conversion attempt from Declan Patton was off target.
It's 4-4 after 10 minutes.