Huddersfield Giants took on the Warrington Wolves at the John Smith’s Stadium this afternoon.
Warrington began the brighter of the two sides, scoring first through Matt Dufty after a Jake Wardle break, however, the home side proved in the mood from that moment on as Adam O’Brien burrowed over.
Josh Jones and Tui Lolohea then crossed quickly for a 14-6 lead, before Leroy Cudjoe, Ricky Leutele and Toby King dotted down to put the Giants out of sight with a 30-6 lead.
Josh Lynch crossed for the Wolves before the break before Will Pryce added a penalty on half-time to make it 32-10.
Wardle dotted down almost instantly after the break for Warrington and Dufty registered one moments later to bring the Wolves back to within ten points at 32-22.
Will Pryce registered a try on 65 minutes to effectively end the game at 38-22, but the Wolves did enjoy three more tries through Dufty, Josh Thewlis and a fourth Dufty effort but it was too late as Huddersfield held on for a 38-36 win.