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Wolves third in the tableWarrington easily defeated a lacklustre Castleford side who appeared to be still smarting from their shock Challenge Cup defeat against Featherstone Rovers the previous week.
Brett Hodgson contributed 22 points to the win thanks to two tries and seven goals, Joel Monaghan celebrated his birthday with two touchdowns, Ryan Atkins also scored two and the others came from Chris Bridge, Trent Waterhouse, Chris Riley and Simon Grix.
Wolves scored at almost a point a minute in the first half, racking up 38 while keeping the visitors scoreless.
With a little more steadiness Warrington could have scored even more and that's how it was in the first 20 minutes of the second half before taking full control again.
Hodgson, Atkins and Grix were all back in the side after missing the Challenge Cup tie at Keighley last Sunday.
Absent, along with captain Adrian Morley, were Richie Myler, suffering from a muscular strain, and Michael Monaghan, still recovering from a knee injury, allowing Gareth O'Brien and Brad Dwyer to retain their places in the line-up.
Tigers were without star stand-off and reigning Man of Steel Rangi Chase who was beginning a three-match suspension and also full back Richard Owen, injured against Featherstone but they included on loan star from Warrington, Lee Mitchell, who scored their only try.
the final score - Warrington 54 - Castleford Tigers 6