Wakefield Trinity Wildcats Reserves 16,
Warrington Wolves Reserves 38
The Wolves are top of the Valvoline Cup and it showed against a hard-working Wildcats second string.
Wakefield trailed 14-8 at halftime and although they toiled on in the second half they lacked the penetration and fire-power to disturb the league pace-setters.
There were tries for Wildcats from Danny Lawton, Chris Annakin and Joel Gibson while Annakin booted two goals
Wildcats: Will Colleran; Gareth Potts, Daniel Lawton, Mark Fox, Lee Brickwood; Kieron Hyde, Joel Gibson; Luke Pettman, Matthew Wildie, Ben Gledhill, Kyle Trout, Sam Scott. Chris Annakin. Interchange: Russ Spiers, Tom Hodson, Kyle Bibb, Tom Henderson.
Wolves: Chris Murphy; Kevin penny, Rhys Evans, Rhys Williams, Chris Flemming; Sam Casilick, Gareth O’Brien; Ryan Duffy, Liam Hulme, Ben Evans, Chris Dean, James Laithwaite, Mike Stewart. Interchange: Brook Broughton, Alex Thompson, Gavin Williams, Matty Lomax.